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Mountain Biking Trails in Boise, Idaho

Trails of Boise Idaho

Boise Idaho trails are roughly grouped by regions. If you’re not familiar with Boise, start by looking at the Boise trail map — or just pick a trail, and start exploring.

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Boise Trails by Region

To view the latest Boise Trail conditions, browse the list below. Click on the trail name and you’ll find detailed trail maps, descriptions, discussions, and photos.

Military Reserve

Camelsback

Bogus Basin

Dry Creek

Corrals

Table Rock

Avimor

Bike Park

Polecat

Hillside to Harrison Hollow

Lucky Peak

Latest Trail Reports...

  • amychills November 1, 2018 at 6:47 pm Around the MountainHiked today starting around 2–beautiful day up in the clouds. The trail was amazing—a couple soft spots but I was… (more)
  • TerryBoston October 31, 2018 at 9:19 am Hulls Gulch (Upper)Hiked Upper Hulls Gulch on 10/28. Perfect weather, dry single track trail, some water trickling in a couple spots of… (more)
  • pneisen October 29, 2018 at 5:39 pm HighlandsTrail was open on 10/27, but the entrance has been moved to be off of the Bob's trailhead.
  • DeputyHardtail October 23, 2018 at 8:44 am HighlandsLower section is closed from the culdesac. Sign indicates that you should go around to the Urban Connection.
  • prwissen October 10, 2018 at 9:06 pm KestralThe trail was in great shape late afternoon and riding well.
  • Tim Ronsse October 5, 2018 at 4:07 pm Deer PointAll good now.
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Latest Update from Ridge to Rivers:

5 days ago

Ridge to Rivers

NOVEMBER 16, 2018 TRAIL REPORT: Trails are dry and dusty out there - amazingly so for this late in the year! That said, the relatively warm afternoons have been awesome for hiking, biking, riding and running in the Foothills. The weather forecast looks like more of the same so enjoy it while it lasts.

An important reminder - the Hulls Interpretive Trail #0 is closed to mountain bikes. This trail was designated in 1980 as a pedestrian only National Recreation Trail and is managed as such by Ridge to Rivers and the Bureau of Land Management. Riding on this trail is not only bad form, but a citable offense. Please help us spread the word on this.
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