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Biking in the Foothills: Trail Etiquette

Boise is a beautiful city. Not only is it the largest city in Idaho, it’s also this great state’s capital, and it’s nestled in the stunning Treasure Valley. The location provides its residents, and visitors, with some amazing opportunities to head outside and explore the beautiful wilderness and hills that surround Boise. If you’re looking for Idaho real estate that has a city big enough to meet your needs, while also allowing you plenty of opportunities to hit the slopes and ski, or take to the hills on a mountain bike, Boise has it all. Home to the Boise Foothills, this area offers some of the best mountain biking in the Treasure... Read More

Camels Back Park: Your Options are Endless

As you reach the top of the hill, you pause to look back down the trail. Below you, you can see the beautiful green grass of the rest of the park, dotted with trees. But the trees don’t stop at the park. They spread far into the horizon, with the occasional house or building peeking through. You’re looking out over the beautiful community of Boise’s North End and Hyde Park. From the top of Camel’s Back Park, you have an incredible view of the city, and the surrounding foothills. This park is a favorite of Boise’s residents, and for good reason. The views are incredible, the hiking along the trails is magnificent, and Camel’s Back P... Read More

Ridge to Rivers: Etiquette for the Boise Foothills

The Boise Foothills are a great place to get outside and enjoy the beautiful scenery of southwestern Idaho. It’s located near the city of Boise, and you can actually start some of the trails directly from Boise in Hyde Park. The proximity and ease of access from Boise makes the Boise Foothills a popular place for anyone looking to take a trek out into nature. While the Ridge to Rivers trail system in the Boise Foothills is an incredible place to head outside and hike, run, bike, or go horseback riding, there are some rules and guidelines to keep the trail system in good condition, and to protect the natural habitats of animals and ... Read More