This sign at the trailhead for the Homestead Trail at the end of Council Spring Road in East Boise lets hikers and bikers know that the Boise River Wildlife Management Area is off-limits right now.
This sign at the trailhead for the Homestead Trail at the end of Council Spring Road in East Boise lets hikers and bikers know that the Boise River Wildlife Management Area is off-limits right now. Chadd Cripe ccripe@idahostatesman.com
This sign at the trailhead for the Homestead Trail at the end of Council Spring Road in East Boise lets hikers and bikers know that the Boise River Wildlife Management Area is off-limits right now. Chadd Cripe ccripe@idahostatesman.com
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Some Boise Foothills trails remain closed to aid wildlife; violators can face $200 charge

March 16, 2017 03:11 PM

UPDATED March 17, 2017 07:42 PM

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Whether you’re into snow sports or water sports, biking or hiking, or hunting or fishing, Chadd Cripe’s blog is your source for all things fun to do outdoors in the Treasure Valley and beyond.