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 [...]
Enjoying water that’s never seen the light of day
Kira Tenney
“When this water pops up right here, it’s the first time it’s seen light in at least 10,000 years,” said [...]
One woman’s journey across the West on horseback
Bryant Dunn
On a crisp March evening in the spring of 2016, Kat Cannell and Missy Lipton unsaddled their ponies as inclement [...]