The Twilight Criterium sets Boise's cycling on a world stage
By Jamie Hausman
For Boiseans, Christmas in July comes in the form of the Twilight Criterium. Instead of buzzing around the Capitol Christmas [...]
All the ways to enjoy the capital city
By Kate Hull
Foodies, beer connoisseurs, history buffs, and adventure seekers alike will delight on any trip to Idaho’s capital city. The bustling [...]
Boisean Tara Russell leads an effort in social-impact travel
By Winslow Brokaw
“Leadership is a willingness to live with eyes focused on a future that doesn’t yet exist and that you want [...]
Wildflowers and spectacular views beckon hikers and bikers
By Torrie Cope
When the snow finally melts and the temperatures warm after a long winter, the Boise foothills welcome eager hikers, runners, [...]
Hot springs in Boise’s backyard
By Amy Story Larson
An estimated 17 million years ago, according to scientists, a meteorite traveling upwards of 50,000 miles per hour slammed into [...]
Where the pavement ends and adventure begins
By Cheryl Haas
If you’re tired of watching snow fall and are itching for a change of scenery—and Hawaii is not in your [...]
The mysterious Map Rock
By Sharon Fisher
What could be the oldest map in the world is right here in Idaho: Map Rock, located in Canyon County, [...]
Bruneau Dunes State Park
By Amy Busek
You need to travel to the Bruneau Sand Dunes to grasp the enormity of its biggest namesake. A prehistoric monolith [...]
Finding refuge in the Nelson Conservation Area
By Matt Furber
Melon gravel, the heavy basalt boulders tossed along the Snake River like gigantic buckshot, is a wonder of the Gem [...]
Zoo Boise leads conservation efforts at home and abroad
By Kate Hull | Photography by Chad Case
At Zoo Boise, watching a sloth bear vacuum up mealworms from your hand helps educate law enforcement officers and lawyers [...]