Get the rundown on five of our favorite hidden hikes in the region, from quick hikes with the kids to challenging day-long adventures.
[text] The local coffee shop — it’s one of the best places to experience a city like a local, especially in Boise. In fact, Livability.com ranked Boise in their list of top 10 Unexpectedly Awesome Coffee Cities in 2019. Here, you’ll find long-time roasters with a crowd of regulars. You’ll find third wave coffee shops…
In Southwest Idaho, you’ll find eclectic coffee shops full of local flavor. In small mountain towns, you’ll meet long-time roasters with a crowd of regulars and a cozy atmosphere.
Exploring Boise’s beer scene here is one of the best ways to experience the city like a local. Walk into any pub or brewhouse in Boise, and you’ll see skiers, entrepreneurs, cyclists, families and neighbors alike coming together to enjoy a pint.
Within the last few years, wine critics and travel writers all across the US have been discovering the award-winning wineries of Idaho’s Snake River Valley, quickly earning the region its title as the next must-visit wine destination.
All you can hear is the sound of the river, the wind and the birds as you cast a line into the clear water.
Back in the 1800s, Boise was an important stop along the Oregon Trail. It was the only trade post for miles, and many died just trying to get here.
Floating the lazy, (mostly) flat river stretches in Southwest Idaho offers a chill alternative to whitewater rafting. Spend half a day with friends or family blissfully adrift without a care in the world.
Idaho whitewater isn’t just for thrill seekers – it’s for everyone, no matter their ages.
The Greenbelt provides unbelievable access to the great outdoors, restaurants, wineries, coffee shops, parks, and scenic views. We’ve picked out 21 of our favorites spots that SHOULD NOT be missed.