Nestled along the banks of the South Payette river Lowman Idaho is a small town in Boise County where the mountains are waiting to welcome you home!
Part of the Ponderosa Scenic Highway Lowman Idaho is centrally located for all of your outdoor fun! Also home to the "Highway to Heaven" trail which stretches more than 150 miles from Idaho's capital of Boise, the trail winds from 8th Street in Boise and climbs the Boise River, past the Lucky Peak Dam where sagebrush gives way to gentle pine slopes leading to historic Idaho City, then over Mores Creek Summit and back down to Lowman.
Lowman real estate and land are rich with natural resources and are located near a number of natural geothermal hot springs and recreational opportunities to make sure you love where you live!
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