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  • Hiking to Stack Rock in the Boise Foothills

    Most of the trail system around Stack Rock is part of the Ridge to Rivers system. The 2-mile Trail to Stack Rock begins near mile marker 13 on Bogus Basin Road and connects to the top of Sweet Connie.

Most of the trail system around Stack Rock is part of the Ridge to Rivers system. The 2-mile Trail to Stack Rock begins near mile marker 13 on Bogus Basin Road and connects to the top of Sweet Connie. Idaho Statesman file Pete Zimowsky
Most of the trail system around Stack Rock is part of the Ridge to Rivers system. The 2-mile Trail to Stack Rock begins near mile marker 13 on Bogus Basin Road and connects to the top of Sweet Connie. Idaho Statesman file Pete Zimowsky
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Trail to Stack Rock will re-open for weekend use on Saturday

August 18, 2016 4:34 PM

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