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Boise River Greenbelt
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You can access the Green Belt at the end of Collister, just cross over State Street. The Green Belt is a walking or biking path along the Boise River that goes through the entire city.
Following the river through the heart of Boise. A great way to spend the afternoon or get to where you need to be.
Jump on a half mile from the studio. The 25-mile Boise River Greenbelt is one of Boise's most beloved parks. The tree-lined pathway follows the river through the heart of the city and provides scenic views, wildlife habitat and pedestrian access to many of the city's popular riverside parks. The…
Take a ride or walk along the green belt. This path follows the Boise river as it winds its way through several Boise City Parks.
Lovely place to hike, bike, walk, or run. goes through several parks and runs along the Boise River.
Not really a hiking trail. It's an asphalt pedestrian path along the river. Nice place for a walk, bike ride, or run.
The Greenbelt goes for over 25 miles along the Boise River. Walk, ride a bike, or just sit on a bench. It is beautiful.
We have two cruisers for you use, head to the green belt and spend the day riding up or down the river, very easy and mellow.
We have a green belt for walkers/runners/bikers that follows the Boise River and spans from one side of town (and beyond) to the other. You can also float the Boise River in the summer!
The Boise River Greenbelt runs right through the heart of town along the Boise River.
Great for walking, jogging, and cycling. The Boise River Greenbelt stretches 26 miles along the Boise River through downtown Boise. The closest access point from our property is 1.2 miles away, just past the Fairgrounds on Glenwood Street.
Nothing better than to walk, jog, or bike the 30 miles along the Boise River. From the Sandy Pointe beach area to Eagle Island State Park, most of Boise can be experienced along the river. The Greenbelt connects Boise's most beautiful parks, the White Water park, museums, wine tasting in Garden…
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