Teresa Bruffey

Boise

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  1. Red Cliffs to Lower Hulls Gulch Loop - Mountain Biking

    Boise

    Within the Ridges-to-Rivers trail system, this loop offers flowing cross-country single track, a few leg-burning climbs and gorgeous views across the valley.

  2. Boise Greenbelt - Road Running

    Boise

    Paralleling the Boise River for 25 miles, the paved Greenbelt trail is one of the city’s most beloved parks.

  3. Boise Greenbelt to MK Nature Center - Cycling

    Boise

    Take an easy, relaxing ride along the Greenbelt to the wondrous, kid-friendly MK Nature Center

  4. Table Rock Traverse Wall - Climbing

    Boise

    60-100’ continuous feet of sandstone stretch across the northeast side of this iconic geological feature for a pump-worthy bouldering traverse.

  5. Harrys Hyde Park Pub

    Boise

    Friendly service. Great outdoor patio. Good beer. Phenomenally satisfying sandwiches. Perfect nourishment after a good adventure.

  6. Lucky Peak Dam Route - Cycling

    Boise

    Nearly flat, this out-and-back ride along the Boise Greenbelt takes riders to a regional landmark at the south end of Lucky Peak State Recreation Area.

  7. Java

    Boise

    A Hyde Park staple, this coffee shop slings smooth coffee, simple and delicious breakfast, and lunch options, as well as a welcoming atmosphere.

  8. City of Rocks National Reserve - Climbing

    Boise

    Established by early climbing legends, the City of Rocks is a celebrated climbing destination with everything from classic, stout crack routes to 5-point-fun friction.

  9. Camel's Back and Hulls Gulch - Trail Running

    Boise

    Rolling hills, shaded flats, and a couple steep climbs make this a diverse, interesting run throughout some of the prettiest and most easily accessible trails near Boise.

  10. Military Reserve - Trail Running

    Boise

    Rolling hills, many different combinations of connected trails and less traffic make this section of the Ridges to Rivers system a great area for getting into “the zone.”

  11. Toxaway to Alice Lake Loop - Backpacking/Camping

    Boise

    A stunningly beautiful 2-3 day backpacking loop, Toxaway to Alice Lake is a magical experience, connecting gem-colored lakes nestled below sharp, dramatic peaks and ridges of the Sawtooth Mountains.

  12. Pioneer Cabin - Hiking

    Boise

    A steadily climbing loop hike in the Pioneer Mountains to Pioneer Cabin offering sweeping views of peaks in the Pioneer, Smoky and Sawtooth Mountains.

  13. Quinns Pond - Flat Water Paddling

    Boise

    At the hub of in-city paddling, Quinn’s Pond offers calm waters for stand-up paddlers to practice their skills or take it to the next level with SUP yoga.

  14. Cloud 9 Brewery

    Boise

    Boise's sole nanobrewery and the only certified organic brewery in the state, Cloud 9 brews an impressive beer selection and cooks up mouth-wateringly good food.

  15. Bogus Basin Road - Cycling

    Boise

    A road that has been the training ground for Olympians, this 29-mile roundtrip ride climbs 3,500 feet to the Bogus Basin Ski Area.

  16. Harrison Hollow - Trail Running

    Boise

    A dog-friendly destination, the trails in Harrison Hollow include easy flats to challenging hills and ridge lines with valley-wide views.

  17. Around the Mountain Trail

    Boise

    Completed in the fall of 2014, this new trail circles Shafer Butte, home of Bogus Basin Recreation and some of the Valley’s best riding.

  18. Big City Coffee

    Boise

    With delicious pastries the size of a dinner plate and coffee that supports causes, this Linen District café bustles with good vibes.

  19. Stack Rock - Hiking

    Boise

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

  20. Boise River Park - White Water Paddling

    Boise

    One of the city’s newest, most exciting recreational attractions, the hydraulic Wave Shaper at Boise River Park creates a perfect “park and play” wave.

  21. Dutch Goose

    Boise

    This unassuming hole-in-the-wall is perfectly complete with great beer, satisfying food, and a fantastic back courtyard including horseshoe pits.

  22. Dump Loop - Cycling

    Boise

    A local classic hill ride, while it’s name is less than appealing the challenging Dump Loop includes big climbs, fast and fun descents and pretty views.

  23. Eastside Trail - Mountain Biking

    Boise

    A flowing mountain trail on the flanks of cool, forested Shafer Butte is a sweet ride with fun, optional technical features.

  24. Idaho Botanical Gardens - Cycling

    Boise

    Every season, the Idaho Botanical Garden has surprises to be discovered and makes a great destination for a family outing or picnic date locale.

  25. Middle Fork of the Payette River - Hiking

    Boise

    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.