Road Running in Boise, ID
About Boise Road Running
Runners who want to hit the road in Boise will find plenty of paved paths to get their run on. RootsRated covers the best places to run in the city to get in miles whether you are training for a 10K, a marathon, or just out to get your legs moving.
Long and winding, this gravel road can make for as long or short of a run as needed; go ‘til its time to turn around and run back!
With expansive views of the foothills, this nearly flat trail travels closely to the Boise River, passing the Black and Green Cliffs with a turn around at Lucky Peak State Park.
Paralleling the Boise River for 25 miles, the paved Greenbelt trail is one of the city’s most beloved parks.
A grueling climb followed by an equally challenging descent has made this 13mile route, and the organized run of the same name, a rite of passage for Boise runners.
Little more than one-quarter of one percent of the nation’s rivers earn the Wild & Scenic designation. Here are five of the West's best for rafting.
The 63-mile first leg of the Cycle Greater Yellowstone tour brings you through some of the most beautiful landscape in the country, highlighted by views of Upper and Lower Mesa Falls.
The second leg of this tour is always spectacular fun, but this year, you get a bonus. That's right, a solar eclipse to top off a fun rest day Driggs.
Full of climbs and descents, the 60-mile leg 4 will take you through Snake Pass and down into Snake River Valley.
Some of the best riding of the Greater Cycle Yellowstone tour is to be had on Day 5 as you ride along beautiful backroads and through the St. Anthony Sand Dunes.
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