Ridge to Rivers

Mountain Biking in Boise
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The Ridge to Rivers system is an interconnected network of roads and trails flowing through the Boise Foothills. This incredible 190 mile trail system links neighborhoods with public lands and the natural environment offering recreational opportunities for hikers, trail runners and mountain bikers of all levels.

Ridge to Rivers

Things To Know

  • With such high use, it is imperative that trail users know the rules of trail etiquette, and practice them always.
  • Stay off of muddy trails. Pay attention - if you are leaving tracks, turn back.
  • In winter, ride or hike early in the morning when trails are frozen hard.
  • Check daily trail conditions on our website to know whether you should be on the trails during winter months.
  • If you encounter short stretches of mud, ride or walk through them. Don’t leave the trail as this kills trailside vegetation and leads to trail widening.

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