Advice for solo, female travelers
Emilee Mae Struss
  Table for one” can be an intimidating phrase for one to use. Perhaps embarrassing. I’ve been there. Walking into [...]
Central Idaho's Dark Sky Reserve drives 'astrotourism'
Sharon Fisher
  Idaho is famous for nothing. Not only is Idaho best at nothing in the U.S., but it’s world-famous for [...]
Campervan rentals extend the camping season
Jamie Hausman
I wake to the sound of footsteps crunching the gravel outside the van as my brother-in-law paces between the camp [...]
Emilee Mae Struss
It seems Boise has finally made it. Made it past the crux-y part of fostering a sustainable climbing community. The [...]
Five places to go before you die (or move)
Greg Stahl
For any would-be bucket lister, Idaho is a cornucopia of adventure worthy of any lifetime achiever’s aspirations. With 35 million [...]
Boise-based Advocates for the West protects public lands pro bono
Jamie Hausman
Throughout the Boise foothills, sagebrush plants border the trails and top the ridges, creating a neutral backdrop for the blue [...]
The North Fork Championship challenges the world's best kayakers
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
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
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
Torrie Cope
At high noon on a Saturday in mid-April, more than 2,000 runners gather at a starting line in Fort Boise [...]