I really like how clear clean and close to the river this is. I like all the groomed side trails as well feels like a flat hike in many places.
This is a very good place if you just want to go for a bike ride or a walk, or even if you use the greenbelt for your commute everyday!
Walking or riding a bike down the Boise Greenbelt is a wonderful way to spend an hour alone, or with someone you care for. No traffic to compete with, and trees all around with grassy, green berms as well. The Green Belt goes several miles, so you can pick the spot you want to walk or ride, and make it... 更多
Fun to ride or walk, runs along the river, thru Parks and even a golf course. Variety of routes availible on the east end and plenty of. restrooms or places to stop for a break. For longer or more challenging ride continue on east up hyw 21 towards Lucky Peak. Only downside is the typical inconsiderate users that feel like... 更多
A wonderful section running along the river. Great for a quick walk or a longer run/bike/trek. Tons of grass for pups to run through. Great views of the river. A nice escape right in the middle of it all.
This is one of the Boise's best features. Be sure to visit the zoo and the MK Nature Center which is on the path at Municipal Park.
This is a very beautiful track to exercise. It goes past Boise State University and its magnificent facilities. You could see geese, ducks, beavers and squirrels. Just remember that Boise is at almost 1000 m.a.s.l.
This is a nice city park / river trail. NOT comparable to New York's central park, Vancouver's Stanley park, or San Antonio's river walk.