Boise Foothills Homes For Sale

BOISE FOOTHILLS HOMES FOR SALE

HOMES FOR SALE NEAR BOISE FOOTHILLS

 

Foothills East Homes for Sale

Boise Idaho is certainly one of the best destinations for outdoor recreation in the United States and here you can find many locations for hiking and biking which are also close to Boise Foothills. On top of awesome trails, in Boise you can also float the river from Barber Park to Ann Morrison Park, ski Bogus Basin during the winter or enjoy some of our local parks which include Camel’s Back Park, Harrison Hollow Trail and Boise River Park. There are many beautiful homes for sale around Boise Foothills. Literally, why not to have your backyard facing beautiful mountains and trails? Let us explain in more detail of what Boise has to offer to outdoor enthusiasts.

 

Hiking in Boise Idaho

Over the years Boise has become one of the top destinations for hiking because there are many excellent trails here which are perfect for hikers of all ages and skills sets. Some of the popular hiking places in Boise include Table Rock, Camel’s Back Park and Dry Creek so you can literally have a new trail system to choose from and never grow bored hiking in the Boise Foothills or the nearby smaller mountains which create the beautiful Treasure Valley.

 

Boise is also a great place to introduce your family to outdoor activities so if you do purchase a home here and want to get started with hiking some of the best trails for you to choose from include Red Fox/Owls Roost Trails, Toll Road Trail, Cottonwood Creek Trail Loop and Shane’s trail. Just make sure that you stay on local trails, avoid poison ivy and bring plenty of water for your outing..

 

BIKING IN BOISE IDAHO

Boise Idaho is also an excellent destination for biking since there is also a wide variety of mountain trails to choose from including Spring Valley Creek, Watchman, Broken Horn and Corral to Hulls.

 

If you’re searching for a hiking trail that’s less strenuous you can find a great ride along Boise’s well-known 20 mile Greenbelt since it’s a paved pathway that conveniently starts at Lucky Peak Dam, runs right next to the Boise River and also connects many of our parks like Julia Davis Park.

 

Did these reasons convince you to move to Boise and buy a piece of real estate by the Foothills? We thought so!

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