Together Treasure Valley made an investment in helping young bikers get off to a great start by providing $20,000 to help develop a Beginners Bikers Trail at Bogus Basin. The beginners’ trail is called “Together Treasure Valley’s Learning Curve.”
“Bogus Basin is an indispensable local asset for families and residents that contributes to our quality of life and our healthy lifestyles,” said Brad Wilson, General Manager of Bogus Basin. “Expanding the network of biking trails helps meet the needs of families in our growing community and creates another opportunity to introduce people of all ages to fun and engaging outdoor activities.”
Bogus Basin has twenty-three mountain bike trails. Cross country, downhill, mellow cruises … there are a variety of trails to choose from.
Bogus Basin is a mountain recreation area and ski resort that’s been providing family fun since 1942. It’s conveniently located just 16 miles from downtown Boise, Idaho. The area includes 2,600 acres of mixed ski runs, bowls and glades with 7 chairlifts, along with 23 miles of cross-country Nordic trails. Winter activities include Alpine and Nordic skiing, winter tubing, the Mountain Coaster and snowshoeing. Summer activities include the Mountain Coaster, scenic chairlift rides, mountain biking, horseback riding and disc golf. The back side of the mountain has a summit elevation of 7,582 feet above sea level, the highest point in the Boise Ridge mountains. On the front side, Bogus Basin has vantage points that overlook Boise and the entire Treasure Valley, over 4,000 vertical feet below.
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