Teresa Bruffey

Boise

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  1. Adams Gulch - Mountain Biking

    Boise

    One of the most popular trail systems from Ketchum, the Adam’s Gulch area offers a variety of trail combos with spectacular views of the valley and surrounding mountains.

  2. Elephant's Perch - Climbing

    Boise

    The Mountaineers Route on Elephant’s Perch is one of the most iconic routes and perhaps Idaho’s best.

  3. Polecat Gulch Reserve - Mountain Biking

    Boise

    Beautiful views south into the city and north into the hills are a great bonus to this fun, rolling hills finger of the Ridge to Rivers trail system.

  4. Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge Nature Trail - Cycling

    Boise

    This 29.5-mile loop around Lake Lowell is a perfect spot for a leisurely afternoon ride and picnic, or a great place to get in a training run for your next marathon or ultra.

  5. Hidden Springs / Red Tail / Lookout Loop

    Boise

    This beautiful prairie landscape offers nice rock features, some good climbing and variable distances depending on your motivation.

  6. Five Mile Gulch - Trail Running

    Boise

    The Five Mile Gulch Trail allows you to run through a tree-covered, shady gulch along quiet foothills, all while gaining access to a ridge with wide sweeping views.

  7. Jump Creek Falls Trail - Hiking

    Boise

    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.

  8. Avimor Trails - Mountain Biking

    Boise

    In a new subdivision just north of Boise, a handful of fun trails have something for every skill level, from fast flowing, technical single track to moderate elevation gain over double track dirt roads.

  9. Wilson Creek to Reynolds Creek - Mountain Biking

    Boise

    Like a mini Moab just outside of Boise, the Wilson Creek and Reynolds Creek ride in the Owyhees has an outstanding variety of terrain, from cattle trails to high desert single track. It's a perfect spring ride when the higher elevations and more northerly rides are still under snow.

  10. South Fork of the Payette River - White Water Paddling

    Boise

    The South Fork of the Payette River is a fast 5-mile stretch of the Payette which offers a perfect run for either a quick after work session or a long day of thrilling whitewater adventure, with options to extend above or below the put in.

  11. Mores Mountain - Climbing

    Boise

    Only a short drive up to Bogus Basin, Mores Mountain affords two granite spires with enjoyable sport climbing—and a couple trad routes—in a cool, alpine environment offering an alternative to the hot Black Cliffs in summertime.

  12. Eagles Nest Trail - Mountain Biking

    Boise

    The only single track in the town of Cascade, Eagles Nest Trail offers a fun, roller coaster 13-mile ride in the Payette National Forest.

  13. BLM Oolite Interpretive Trail - Hiking

    Boise

    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.

  14. Browns Creek Slot Loop - Hiking

    Boise

    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.

  15. Q&A with Ultra Runner Lana Weber

    Boise

    We sat down with Lana Weber to talk about running in Boise and about running with the bears along the Middle Fork of the Salmon River.

  16. Q&A with Ultra Runner Lana Weber

    Boise

    We sat down with Lana Weber to talk about running in Boise and about running with the bears along the Middle Fork of the Salmon River.

  17. Lana Weber: Running Wild

    Boise

    Lana Weber is a runner who takes her trails to the wild side in Boise.

  18. 5 Ways to Beat the Boise Heat

    Boise

    The Boise heat can sometimes be unbearable, but with these 5 adventures, it's possible to find a little respite from the stifling sun.

  19. Bob's Trail - Mountain Biking

    Boise

    A trail for riders who like technical features along with sweet flow, Bob’s Trail offers a fun challenge.

  20. Table Rock - Trail Running

    Boise

    Run from the Old Pen up Table Rock for a high intensity climbing run that ends at an iconic flat-top hill.