The North Fork Championship challenges the world's best kayakers
By Kira Tenney
“Without any doubt, NFC [the North Fork Championship] is the biggest event in kayaking,” said professional kayaker and Red Bull [...]
Boise’s Whitewater Park opens its second phase this summer
By Jamie Hausman
When the heat of summer fully descends on the Treasure Valley, Boisean’s surge to the Boise River that flows through [...]
Get a taste of the Washington wine scene just four hours from Boise
By Jamie Hausman
Walla Walla translates to “many waters” in the First Nations language of the area, referring to the confluence of the [...]
The Race to Robie Creek
By Torrie Cope
At high noon on a Saturday in mid-April, more than 2,000 runners gather at a starting line in Fort Boise [...]
Idaho’s scenic byways reveal the Gem State in all its glory
By Sharon Fisher
It’s part of the American dream: taking a leisurely Sunday drive—preferably in a convertible—watching beautiful scenery pass by. Idaho is [...]
Known for summer fun, McCall has much to offer in winter, too
By Adam Tanous
Ask a film aficionado who starred in the 1940 classic “Northwest Passage” and the stock response will be Spencer Tracy, [...]
Luxury camping in Yellowstone and beyond
By McKenna Koon
If you like to spend the night under the stars and experience the jaw-dropping beauty of national parks, but don’t [...]
Boise's nascent bike polo scene
By Zach Kyle
It’s 93 degrees on a sun-scorched concrete lot on 18th and Idaho streets on the western edge of Downtown Boise—not [...]
Walking tours offer insight into Valley cities
By Sharon Fisher
A number of Treasure Valley cities, including Boise, Eagle, Kuna, Meridian, Nampa, and Star offer self-guided walking tours of historic [...]
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 [...]