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  1. The Stack Rock Trail offers a lush, shady excursion along a soft-packed, “lollipop” loop trail to phenomenal Treasure Valley views.

    Difficulty
    3 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    9.6 miles
    Duration
    3-5 hours
  2. A steadily climbing loop hike in the Pioneer Mountains to Pioneer Cabin offering sweeping views of peaks in the Pioneer, Smoky and Sawtooth Mountains.

    Difficulty
    4 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    99.4 miles
    Duration
    3-5 hours
  3. The Jump Creek Falls Trail is a short quarter mile long trail leads to the canyon’s largest falls, and a beautiful pool for taking a dip on a hot early summer day.

    Difficulty
    1 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    36.8 miles
    Duration
    The trail is short, but you will want to plan for some time to explore!
  4. Just a few miles from downtown, this quiet trail feels remote as it winds up a drainage past old fruit trees from times past.

    Difficulty
    2 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    6.6 miles
    Duration
    1 1/2 - 3 hours, 6-7.5miles round trip
  5. High up from the bustle of the Camel’s Back trails, this long canyon trail is a nice pedestrian-only trail with beautiful displays of color in spring and fall.

    Difficulty
    2 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    4.0 miles
    Duration
    1 - 2 hrs
  6. The Idaho Bureau of Land Management has created a great interpretive trail for getting familiar with the wild Owyhee, and in particular, the region's geological origins including a fascinating look at formations of oolite left behind by Lake Idaho 12 million years ago.

    Difficulty
    1 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    53.9 miles
    Duration
    30 min - 2 hours
  7. A classic canyon trail, the Browns Creek Slot Loop box canyon is an exciting challenge and includes a number of swimming pools that can range from waist to chest-deep.

    Difficulty
    4 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    46.6 miles
    Duration
    2-4 hours
  8. In the Leslie Gulch area of the Owyhee, the Juniper Gulch trail leads to a ridge with awe-inspiring views of the plateaus, ridges, canyons, and Lake Owyhee spread in all directions.

    Difficulty
    3 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    56.4 miles
    Duration
    1-2 hours
  9. The breathtaking views along the moderate trail and at Sawtooth Lake make it obvious why this is one of the most popular hikes in the Sawtooth Mountains.

    Difficulty
    3 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    72.0 miles
    Duration
    Half to Full day.
  10. Hike a forested trail along the Secesh River to this majestic lake with the unique feature of having World War II bomber wreckage at its south end.

    Difficulty
    3 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    111.9 miles
    Duration
    3 -6 hours
  11. Get a dose of pine-scented, mountain air with an easy hike out to Moon Dipper and Pine Burl Hot Springs along the beautiful Middle Fork of the Payette River.

    Difficulty
    3 of 5 diamonds
    From Downtown
    54.2 miles
    Duration
    1-3 hours
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