The Greenbelt runs through several municipalities near Boise. It offers ample opportunity for biking, running, and walking with its extensive trail routes. The trail winds next to the scenic Boise River and is dotted with picturesque trees and landscape throughout. The trail is also a popular route for students and faculty attending the university, as it passes right by the university campus.

The Boise River Greenbelt is 25 continuous miles of tree-lined pathways, scenic views, wildlife habitat, and access to seven major parks.

Boise’s Ridges To Rivers trail system represents one of the most expansive and dynamic trail networks in close proximity to urban living in the United States. The trail system is over 190 miles of interconnected paths ideally suited to hiking, running, and mountain biking.