Boisean Tara Russell leads an effort in social-impact travel
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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 [...]
Boise's river complex could be nation's finest
Greg Stahl
Twenty years ago, Boise kayaker Paul Collins had a dream to build a small wave on the Boise River where [...]
The unburied treasure of Boise's single-track splendor
Matt Furber
This instant, you can virtually ride the Boise Foothills and even download routes to your phone. Boiseans know the better [...]