Outdoor Adventure Guide
We’re lucky to live in a place where we can experience the outdoors all year long. The winters are filled with skiing and snowboarding while the Boise River is occupied all summer with floaters and kayakers. This list is designed to help the residents of the Treasure Valley decide what adventure they want to go on first!
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Outdoor Adventure | Table Rock | Amanda “Ammo” Morgan
I’ve never been zip-lining, and I hate being cold and wet so rafting isn’t my favorite thing in the world. But, the hike up Table Rock is challenging and fun. It’s cool to choose the different variations of routes to get to the top and back down (did you know there’s a back way??). I am ALWAYS huffing and puffing by the time I get to the top, but the photo op is totally worth it!Visit Table Rock Boise
Outdoor Adventure | Table Rock | Virginia Treat
One of my favorite things about living in Boise is how close we are to any outdoor activity/adventure. There are so many fantastic spots to explore and enjoy, it’s really hard to pick just one. But if you’re looking to just get out for a quick hike and scenery, I recommend Table Rock. Start at the bottom and hike your way up to the cross and you can just sit up there and look over our wonderful city!Visit Table Rock Boise
Outdoor Activity | Floating the Boise River
Coming from California to Idaho was not an easy transition. But I will always remember my first summer in Boise, Idaho. One of the main reasons were the weekly trips to float the Boise River. Floating the river is fun, inexpensive and relaxing. You create memories on the river and that is why I love it so much!Visit Boise River
Outdoor Adventure | Asana Climbing Gym
With the weather getting colder, people assume outdoor activities are off the table. Asana climbing gym on Chinden is a great alternative to being outside. They have a full gym and climbing walls for both novice and experienced climbers, the whole family is sure to have a blast while enjoying something new and challenging.Visit Asana Climbing Gym
Outdoor Adventure | Mountain Biking & Snowboarding
Mountain Biking in the Boise Foothills during the spring, summer and fall, then night Snowboarding at Bogus Basin keeps me fit and sane after a fast-paced work week. My favorite areas to ride are the trails at Table Rock (Rock Garden and Rock Island) and Military Reserve (Shane’s Loop). Both of these local mountain biking playgrounds offer incredible views of downtown Boise.
Visit Bogus Basin Mountain- Recreational Area
Outdoor Adventure | True Paintball Adventure Park & Warm Springs Golf Course
It’s way too hard to choose only one place to recommend for an Outdoor Activity in The Treasure Valley. So, I have two for you to check out! True Paintball and Warm Springs Driving Range. True Paintball… Well, that one speaks for its self! True Paintball Paintball Range isn’t for the weak but if you are looking for an adrenaline rush, here is where you need to go! As for Warm Springs Golf Course’s Driving Range, it is operated by the City of Boise so you can be certain that it will be clean and maintained. This was one of my favorite spots to clear my head and swing my new clubs. If you’re looking for something out of the ordinary, these are the places to hit… No pun intended!Visit Warm Springs Golf Course
Outdoor Adventure | Skydive Idaho & Lucky Peak
Depending on the Outdoor Adventure that you are looking for, I’ve got a suggestion for both water and sky! First, Lucky Peak. Are you looking to take the boat out for some fun in the sun? This is where! They’ve even got boat and jet ski rentals at their marina. It’s perfect. My husband and I are both wakesrufers, so we can get enough of the water. Lucky Peak is our go to water destination in the Treasure Valley.
Second, Skydive Idaho! These guys are a hoot! No matter your comfort level, they know just how to handle you. Safety first of course and a coming in as a close second would be fun! They have set out to ensure that you have the best experience all the way around!