It's worth the climb up the face of Camel's Back Park for the views of the Capitol and Downtown Boise.
The top of Camel's Back is a cool place to sit and watch the sunset or look at the fall colors throughout the neighborhoods.
Hey, we're not talking about a trek in the remote mountains. This is a casual lunchtime stroll or after-work run.
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I like to walk to the top of the hill this time of the year specifically because of the fall colors.
Pack a lunch or grab a pizza on the go after work and eat it on top. It's just one of those cool things about Boise.
Know a trail? Call David Parker at (208) 672-6731 or e-mail email@example.com.
Trail of the Week
Open to: Hikers.
Ideal for: A hike with the kids.
Trailhead elevation: 2,770 feet.
Destination elevation: 2,893 feet.
Length: 100 yards to a mile.
Difficulty: Strenuous up the face.
Out-and-back or loop: Both.
Wildlife you might see: Birds.
Notes/bathrooms: Restrooms nearby.
Information: Just go for it.