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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...

  • shane January 15, 2019 at 8:58 am Bob’s TrailSome slimy spots just below the park bench even at 30 degrees. Probably best to just avoid unless there's a… (more)
  • sam January 12, 2019 at 1:56 pm Chickadee RidgeThe frozen mud was fine when frozen this morning, but don't ride above 31º.
  • sam January 12, 2019 at 1:55 pm Femrite’s PatrolA good amount of deep snow still, ice in other places.
  • sam January 12, 2019 at 1:55 pm Fat Tire TraverseFine when frozen this morning, but probably shouldn't ride above 31º.
  • sam January 12, 2019 at 1:53 pm Freestone RidgeFine when frozen this morning, but probably shouldn't ride above 31º because of the muddy sections toward the bottom.
  • sam January 12, 2019 at 1:53 pm CrestlineFine when frozen this morning, but probably shouldn't ride above 31º.
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Latest Update from Ridge to Rivers:

1 day ago

Ridge to Rivers

THURSDAY, JANUARY 17TH TRAILS CONDITION REPORT: Very warm, very wet, and very windy while coming up 8th St. this morning. It did rain over night and the forecast is calling for more after noon today. Conditions were far from frozen as a result meaning that being out early this morning will not save you from traveling on muddy trails. It is very likely that even sandy and all-weather trails will be very saturated this morning, although they are the recommended destination if you choose to be out. The greenbelt exists as a great alternative today and also notice that Bogus got 5 new inches of snow overnight! This is the link to the winter trails page where those sandy and all-weather trails are listed: www.ridgetorivers.org/etiquette/winter-trail-use/

We acutely understand that it is frustrating for everyone who count on these trails for their daily recreation and escape to stay away from places that we have unfiltered access to throughout the rest of the year. Simply put, there is only one reason why the push is made every winter to ask users to stay off of these trails while they are muddy; to maintain the long term integrity, sustainability, and character of both the trail and the environment that it exists in. We want everyone, and all types of users, to enjoy these trails daily whenever possible. We only work to make sure that our enjoyment of these places doesn't unnecessarily damage or diminish the natural characteristics of these environments that we so greatly appreciate. Enjoying and recreating on our trails while also caring for and protecting them is a very difficult balance to strike. Taking a break while conditions are unfavorable for use and taking advantage of one of the other many, many recreation resources that Boise has to offer is just one small way that we can cherish a very valuable resource that belongs to us all. We appreciate everyone's patience and understanding that are helping in the mission to do this!

TABLE ROCK TRAILS are currently CLOSED today.
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