Boise River Greenbelt Trail is a 5.3 mile point-to-point trail located near Boise, ID. The trail is good for all skill levels offers a number of activity options.
Green belt is a good walking, running and biking path. Good stretch and good for family. Many activities include swimming, rafting, paddleboards, and fishing. Great for the family.
This trail is super easy for adults as well as for kids. So much to see and do and it's so close to downtown Boise just in case you need to grab some food or in case of emergency.
Great hike/bike along a pathway that lines the Boise River. It's amazing how close to the wilderness you feel even when you're smack in the heart of boise.
grate scenery and a all around awsome place to bring your kids and pets to , trust me it worth the trip !
flat, easy to navigate. friendly for bikes walking and skateboards. in the afternoon and evening the trail was mostly shaded.
Beautiful place to take a jog,rollerblade or ride a bike. In the fall you can smell the water and trees mix together harmonously. I highly recommend it. I had the priveledge of going on this greenbelt while attending Boise State University which is next to the greenbelt.
This is a great trail for a jog or an easy leisurely walk. I love the different and beautiful scenery you can enjoy while on this trail. Perfect for any time of the year.
The Greenbelt is awesome (with the exception of the sections in Garden City that are not being properly maintained). It allows you to easily get from downtown to most areas of Boise. It also provides excellent access to fishing.
The Boise Greenbelt is one of the best features Boise has to offer. Whether it's enjoying the changing colors in the fall, or getting a morning jog in during the summer, it offers so much beauty and recreation for the entire Boise area.
Probably the most lucrative feature of boise.. I can access green belt right from my home . It was one if the main reasons I took my apartment. The green belt is good for all ages , for walk, run or biking.. You can leisurely enjoy or do serious exercise. The trail will go by boise river and go till lucky peak touching Anne Morrison , Julia Davis , warm springs park. If you are lucky you can meet deers, coyotes on the trail late in the day. It is less crowded Julia Davis to lucky peak. It is heavily crowded from glen wood to. Julia Davis .
Road biking on the Greenbelt is awesome and so beautiful in summer and spring! I love that you can start and stop wherever you want!
This is a great trail wherever you pick it up. Easy paths and great views.
I ride the green belt to work from the Eagle area at least 3 to 4 times a week to downtown Boise. It's a great ride paved all the way ,,, just few area have roots coming up ( mostly in the Garden City area), but a great ride along the river, have seen all kinds of wildlife along the way . My wife and I Aldo ride it on the weekends,, always enjoyable .
Nearly all paved. Some stretches with root-heaving of pavement. Nice country and city stretches, relatively level. Busy with pedestrians and bikes within city, but few to the west and east of that. Basically on streets from Eagle Island Park (west end) to trail near Eagle Road. Then follows the Boise River through Garden City (with minor street detours), through downtown Boise (past parks, zoo, museums) to the open country east of there. I enjoyed the round trip from Meridian (total of 54 miles) at age 70. Over-all a pleasant ride with considerable variation in surroundings. Easy access, with parking, many places for those who want to do short sections.
Awesome weekend or evening activity for all ages. Lots of parks and points of interest along the trail. Do as much or as little as you like.