Almost Nobody Knows That Parts Of The Iconic Movie Dantes Peak Were Filmed In This Tiny Idaho Town

When you think of movies that were filmed in Idaho, “Napoleon Dynamite” is often the first to come to mind. This movie, shot in the town of Preston, gives viewers a look at an awkward teen who lives in small-town Idaho. But, what many Idahoans don’t realize is that there is another movie shot in a small town in Idaho — but this time in the northern part of the state. “Dante’s Peak,” a movie from 1997, was shot in the small town of Wallace, Idaho.

Did you know that “Dante’s Peak” was filmed in the small town of Wallace, Idaho? Do you know of other movies that were filmed in Idaho? Let us know in the comments! And, if you want to learn even more about Wallace being considered the Center of the Universe, check out our feature article.

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