Looking to make the most of your upcoming spring break? IDENTITY Boise has your back. Check out these three outdoor adventures in Boise to get your fill of nature – and then some.
Boise River Greenbelt
Offering spectacular views of the river, this awesome 25-mile park is only 1.5 miles from IDENTITY Boise. Grab a bike or a good pair of running shoes and hit the tree-lined pathways for a refreshing retreat into the wild. If you don’t have a bike of your own, Boise State University offers bicycle rentals for a day, weekend, or even up to a full semester.
Kathryn Albertson Park
Located just 2.5 miles from IDENTITY Boise, Kathryn Albertson Park is a must-visit. Filled with wildlife, native vegetation, ponds, and paved footpaths, this beautiful nature preserve near downtown Boise is the perfect place to chill and relax. While the park can get busy, there’s plenty of space to spread out. Don’t miss out on this gem.
The Black Cliffs
Rock climbing in Boise? You bet. If you want something that’s a little farther away from downtown and a lot more challenging, head out to the Black Cliffs for a day of climbing tall basalt columns. There are a number of routes of varying difficulty for climbers of all skill levels to enjoy. Take a look at this handy guide for descriptions of the different climbs you can take.
IDENTITY Boise is located close to so many locales, it’s hard to choose just three outdoor adventures – but we hope this list helps get you started. Happy spring!