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Top Adventures in Grand View

  • Hike the Oolite Interpretive Trail

    The two to three car parking area is situated at about and elevation of 3000 feet. Situated 200 feet up the interpretive trail stand the oolite rock structures. These structures stretch on for as far as you can see, and only a minute portion are i...

    1 miles 200 ft gain

  • Hike the Rim of Bruneau Canyon

    From the small town of Bruneau turn east on Hot Springs Road (set odometer) and continue for 15.6 miles on a well maintained dirt road. Turn right at the "Overlook" sign and continue for another 3 miles. The road terminates at a dirt parking area....

    5 miles 100 ft gain

  • Hike the Bruneau Sand Dunes

    Set off from the Bruneau Lake parking lot and circumnavigate the lake in a clockwise direction. The hike traverses small rolling dunes before beginning it's ascent of the big dune. The big dune rises 450 feet and it's loose sand is both entertaini...

    3 miles 470 ft gain

  • Mountain Bike to the Petroglyphs at Wees Bar

    At Wees Bar, a remote area accessible only by bike or foot, explore hundreds of petroglyphs carved into glacial boulders by Native Americans 12,000 years ago. Begin at the Swan Falls Dam parking lot. Bring a fat bike in late summer and fall to gli...

    12.2 miles 1000 ft gain

  • Hike Swan Falls and Wees Bar Petroglyphs

    To start your journey, you must cross the Swan Falls Dam. It’s a low-level thrill but it is not often you get to walk on top of a hydroelectric dam. If you are bringing a four-legged friend with you, make sure you have some treats to lure them acr...

    12 miles 839 ft gain

  • Explore Kuna Caves, Idaho

    To access the Kuna Caves, turn onto Kuna Cave Rd, then take a right on Black Cat Rd. Next turn left on an unmarked road - if you reach W. Dickman Rd you've gone too far. You will then need to open a cattle gate, designating public BLM land. Past t...

  • Camp at Three Island Crossing State Park

    Located in Glenns Ferry, Idaho, Three Island Crossing State Park is dedicated to the historic site of a ford on the Snake River of the Oregon Trail. To get there from Boise, travel on I-84 about 70 miles until you reach mile marker 121. Turn left ...

  • Float the Boise River

    Floating the Boise River is the perfect leisurely summer activity for families and those who just want to relax outdoors. You'll enter the river at Barber Park, then float past beautiful trees and greenery on your way down to Ann Morrison Park. Th...

  • Explore the South Fork of the Boise River

    In just over an hour, you can leave downtown Boise and arrive above Arrowrock Reservoir in a location so unique that you won't believe you're still in Idaho. The South Fork of the Boise River provides excitement for campers, wildlife lovers, and o...

  • Scramble up Cervidae Peak

    From the peak the views are limitless, a full 360 degrees of landmarks like Lucky Peak Reservoir. Wildlife is quite abundant and if you're lucky you may be able to spot herds of antelope, deer, and elk. My favorite time to do this hike is during t...

    3.1 miles 2000 ft gain

  • Hike or Bike Table Rock Quarry Trail

    Boise has plenty of trails to choose from when it comes to short accessible hikes. If you're looking for panoramic views of the treasure valley then this is a great place to start.  Table Rock Quarry has 4 different trails to choose from ranging a...

    3.7 miles

  • Photograph Freak Alley

    This alley is a Boise must-see. Local street artists regularly change up the gallery, so there's always something new to see!  You can park anywhere you can find a spot! If you're luck you can find a spot on the side of the street along the shops,...

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    Idaho is a picturesque state filled with beautiful scenery and warm, wonderful people. It's an ideal destination for family travelers, outdoor enthusiasts, adventure seekers, or those just looking for a relaxing getaway.

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