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Trail Conditions
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  • Snow Packed
  • Snow Covered
  • Freeze/thaw Cycle
  • Icy
  • Prevalent Mud
  • Wet
  • Variable
  • Dry
  • Very Dry
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      Idaho's Boise Mountains have long been dominated by logging, mining, and off road vehicle usage. Situated close to the greater Boise Valley, the region sees a fair amount of recreational visits in all seasons. Good hiking, mountain biking, and trail running opportunities exist. There are even a few technical rock climbs in the region, but most of the terrain is rolling hills topped off at the summits by Fire Lookouts with rough Jeep Roads snaking to the tops.

      Geographically the Boise Mountains are roughly defined by the Boise National Forest and contain 20 mountain lakes and over 35 named summits. The region is relatively warm and dry- slightly more moist than a typical desert mountain range. Snowfall can be very heavy in the winter and the summers are hot and dry. Forest fires are always a threat here, given the dry summer conditions, the level of 4WD usage, and the number of hunters visiting the region in the Fall.

      The Boise Mountains are bound by the Snake River Plain to the south, the Payette River South Fork to the north and the Sawtooth, Smoky and Soldier Mountains to the east.
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