Teresa Bruffey

Boise

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  1. Black Cliffs - Climbing

    Boise

    Columnar basalt cliffs flanking the Boise River just east of town feature single pitch trad and sport for easily accessible, year-round climbing.

  2. Loon Lake - Hiking

    Boise

    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.

  3. Sawtooth Lake - Hiking

    Boise

    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.

  4. Robie Creek Route - Road Running

    Boise

    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.

  5. Boise River Float - Flat Water Paddling

    Boise

    A mellow summer float to do with friends right through town when its blazing hot. Rent tubes, grab the convenient shuttle and go have some fun.

  6. Greenbelt Ride to Boise Farmers Market - Cycling

    Boise

    Each Saturday, downtown Boise buzzes with bustle and activity as vendors set up their booths of home grown, home made and home crafted fresh food and products. Cycling to the market via the Greenbelt is an excellent weekend activity for anyone.

  7. Bogus Basin Loop - Trail Running

    Boise

    Escape to cooler temperatures and enjoy valley-wide views, as you run along the mountain trails of Bogus Basin.

  8. 8th Street - Road Running

    Boise

    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!

  9. Barber Park to Lucky Peak - Road Running

    Boise

    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.

  10. Shafer Butte Campground

    Boise

    For an easy escape from the city, head 20 miles up the hill for a night out at Shafer Butte Campground near Bogus Basin Ski Area.

  11. Ann Morrison to Rose Garden

    Boise

    This “park tour” ambles along the south bank of the Boise River through Anne Morrison Park & Boise State University, and ends in the rose garden at Julia Davis Park.

  12. Dierkes Lake - Climbing

    Boise

    Just outside of Twin Falls, the basalt rock at Dierkes offers steep sport and stout bouldering.

  13. South Fork of the Boise River - White Water Paddling

    Boise

    A favorite day float on a gorgeous stretch of river, the 16-mile rafting trip on the South Fork of the Boise River offers excellent fishing, minimal rapids and a good dose of remote canyon solitude.

  14. Hill Road To Eagle - Cycling

    Boise

    This lollipop route rides along Hill Road with very minimal decline in elevation for a high RPM ride to nearby Eagle, looping back around for a slight climb back to the start.

  15. Payette Lake - Flat Water Paddling

    Boise

    This beautiful, glittering lake set against a backdrop of mountains and lush forest is an ideal spot for paddleboarding, canoeing, swimming or sailing.

  16. Lake Cascade - Flat Water Paddling

    Boise

    With 360 degree mountain views, this gorgeous lake is a favorite destination of city dwellers looking for a summer escape; pack your towel, paddleboard and hiking sandals for a great day or weekend away.

  17. Juniper Canyon in Leslie Gulch - Hiking

    Boise

    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.

  18. Middle Fork of the Salmon River - White Water Paddling

    Boise

    A crown jewel of boating and one of the top rivers to run in the US (and world), the Class IV Middle Fork flows through the largest wilderness area in the lower-48.

  19. Cabarton - White Water Paddling

    Boise

    Fun, class III whitewater makes a great family trip with exciting rapids separated by sections of flat great for swimming when the water is warm.

  20. Main Section of the Payette River - White Water Paddling

    Boise

    A very popular section of river, the Main of the Payette is close to the city for fast access, and features fun, but straightforward whitewater.

  21. Bruneau River - White Water Paddling

    Boise

    Cutting deep into a canyon of the same name, the challenging Bruneau is incredibly scenic and incredibly remote, with sheer walls coming straight out of the water.

  22. Vinegar Creek Run on Salmon River - White Water Paddling

    Boise

    A great day-run on The River of No Return featuring wide-open rapids, long stretches of flat water and nice sandy beaches for a lunch break.

  23. Kelly's Whitewater Park - White Water Paddling

    Boise

    A premier whitewater park, Kelly’s is a favorite playground of kayakers, paddleboarders, river surfers, tubers and canoeists.

  24. Seven Devils Loop - Backpacking/Camping

    Boise

    Explore the forests, ridges, lakes and lookouts in beautiful Hells Canyon Wilderness, high above the canyon with incredible views of the Seven Devils Mountains.

  25. Orchard Gulch

    Boise

    Just a few miles from downtown, this quiet trail feels remote as it winds up a drainage past old fruit trees from times past.