The 2014 edition of the Boise River Greenbelt map includes new destinations, safety tips and historic points of interest along the 25-mile pathway through the City of Boise. Special features of the colorful, pocket-size map include locations for “air and repair” bike stations.
Other features include:
· Background on historic signs renovated for the city’s 150-year anniversary
· How to sign up for the Greenbelt e-newsletter
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· Links to pedestrian and bicycle resources
A digital version of the map is available here.
For a free map, stop by the Boise Convention & Visitors Bureau, 250 S 5th St #300 or the Boise Parks & Recreation Administration Office at 1104 Royal Blvd. For more information, call (208) 608-7600.
Funding was provided by a grant from the Idaho Travel Council in partnership with the Boise Convention and Visitors Bureau and the City of Boise. The Greenbelt is a popular destination for people of all ages who enjoy walking, biking and running along the banks of the Boise River. The pathway is maintained by Boise Parks & Recreation.