A recent travel survey sought out the attraction most likely to get your blood pumping and your heart racing in every state, including Idaho. 

As we were clicking through MSN Travel's list of the most terrifying attraction in every state, we were a little bit surprised when it came to their pick for Idaho. After all, the list was full of things like zip lines, thrill rides and white water rafting. The last time we checked, Idaho has all of those. Sure, the high-intensity coasters at Silverwood are a bit of a drive from Boise, but they are indeed within Idaho's borders.

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None of the zipline tours, white water adventures or Silverwood coasters took the title of "Most Terrifying" in Idaho. In fact, at first glance, we thought the pick for Idaho was lame compared to some of the choices in our neighboring states. After reading a little more about it, the lightbulb clicked and we realized why it took the crown.

What is it? Keep reading to find out!

The Most Terrifying Attraction in Idaho and Its Neighboring States

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