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There are a lot of ways to get around when you need to be somewhere. Sometimes in a city (Say for an example, the city of Boise) the best and most economical way of getting around is by riding a bike. For most of the state of Idaho, a bicycle is not going to get you far. There is a lot of space between things that you might want to get to and it is far enough that you are only going to try and make that on a bike if you are a cross-country cyclist betting ready for a major tournament. That is probably not most people, though I suppose there is always a chance. This is not the case for a city like Boise. The area is more spread out than other cities, but things are still pretty close together and you can consider getting from place to place on a bike

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Boise is by far the biggest city in Idaho, followed by neighboring cities Meridian and Nampa. With so much there, if you find yourself spending a weekend in the Boise area, there are tons of great activities to enjoy! Whatever time of the year it is, and whether you enjoy being outdoors or indoors, there is no shortage of fun things to take part in this part of the Gem state.

A nice relaxing outdoor activity to do during your weekend in Boise is fishing. Idaho is known as one of the best places in the United States to fish, and you can do it right there in the city of Boise! The Boise River is a beautiful and convenient place to fish at any time of year. The river is stocked with rainbow trout every Spring and Fall so you are likely to get a bite.

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One of the best-kept secrets of the northwestern United States is the delicious mountain huckleberry. While it’s no secret that the huckleberry is delicious and even the state fruit of Idaho, try asking any local where they pick their berries! This delicious fruit is native to colder, mountainous regions and the mountains of Coeur d’Alene are home some of the best huckleberries in the region. These dark purple berries are a great source of nutrition and bloom ever year from August to late September. Visitors to northern Idaho during this time of year will witness one of America’s greatest berry seasons, but hurry! The season is over before you know it and you might have to wait another year.

It is abundantly clear— Idahoans love their huckleberries

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Boise is drawing more and more leisure travelers who are exploring the culinary scene among other scenes. Nestled in the high desert at the bottom of the Rocky Mountains is the city known as the most geographically remote in the continental United States. However, it has become easier to explore the city since Southwest added Chicago and San Diego nonstops flights. Here is a look at the west side of town to satisfy your culinary scene.

Sushi Ya

A contemporary sushi house that offers all you can eat sushi. They take their sushi seriously and offers a comfortable atmosphere. Upon entering the restaurant you will find nothing but happy smiling and chatting guests. The rolls are presented by friendly and inviting staff.

Thai Cuisine

Thai

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With its vast amount of land, and much of it still being ruled by nature, Idaho is stuffed with amazing places to take a camping trip. Even Boise, with its large population in comparison to the rest of the state, has surprisingly great places to camp close by. If you are in the Boise area and want to take a break from civilization for a while, you’ll find you don’t have to go too far out of the city to find a place. Here are several of the best places to take a camping trip near Boise!

The Boise National Forest is a favorite place among many residing in the Boise area. While it is a popular place to go hiking, biking, skiing, and snowboarding, the forest also has tons of fantastic places to go camping. One of these popular spots is Schafer Butte.

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In Idaho, you often don’t have any choice but to chill, with cold temperatures enveloping the Gem State for almost five months out of the year! That isn’t a bad thing though, because the unique and beautiful environment of the Gem state provides many great activities and things to do during the cold months of the year. Whether you’re skiing in some of the best mountains in the United States, going snowmobiling in the ideal powder, or even just staying home and building a snowman out of heaps of fantastic Idaho snow, there is something for everyone to do during the cold time of year!

Skiing and Snowboarding are both very popular activities in Idaho, and there is no shortage of places to go to enjoy these winter sports, with great snowy mountains all

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Winter in the Treasure Valley is somewhat like one out of a fairytale. The snow-capped mountains visible in the distance as the towns grow sleepy in the cold. There are great coffee shops and stores to find refuge in if you are wanting to stay near home and just spend a day of spending time indoors and out of the cold. There are great places to go that are indoors and outdoors for you in the winter. There are museums, theaters and more all over Boise. In the Treasure Valley, however, it is not as popular to stay indoors when there is snow on the ground. People like to find little ponds to go ice fishing at or go somewhere to ski, snowboard, and sled. There is a ski resort in Boise called Bogus Basin that is a great place to spend the day skiing or

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The capital of the great state of Idaho is Boise, it is the most geographically remote city in mainland United States. However, that is not to mean that it is cut off from the rest of the world. It is known as the best place to live and has a fantastic dining scene.

Janjou Patisserie

If you are searching for the ideal pastry, you should visit Janjou Patisserie. The shop first started by selling cookies to local businesses. In 2013, the owners finally opened up a bakery and cafe. You can find only the items made with the best quality, organic and local ingredients. Cloverleaf Creamery provides the bakery with the mild and cream for the coffee bar and butter. The coffee beans are roasted weekly by a company in Ketchum, Idaho. Janjou Patisserie is

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Boise is a city known by its residents to be one that holds true to its roots, all the while reaching into the future. By embracing both its future and its past simultaneously, to the first time visitor Boise comes across as a mixture of quaint and dynamic all rolled up into one beautiful, friendly city. Current Mayor Dave Bieter has said, “Boise has independence and creative spirit not found in many cities.” You can feel that “independence and creative spirit” when you talk to longtime Idahoans, residents of Boise included, but for a first-time visitor, you might not get the opportunity to do so much of that.

Sometimes, you have to let the city do the talking, and Boise will surely impress. In this post, we’ll explore a few of those places in

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Idaho is a fairly big place. It comes close to cutting the country in half on the United State’s western side. It is by no means the largest state in the country, though because Idaho is so tall, it inhabits a large variety of different kinds of terrain and land. Alternatively, if you ask pretty much anyone about Idaho, they will say that there is not much there. Despite its size, Idaho is one of the least populous states in the states. There are parts of the state where you can go for miles and miles without coming across anyone. However, while it is still pretty unpopulated in comparison to parts of the rest of the country, Idaho is not a barren wasteland. There some major urban centers with large populations, one of those being Boise, the capital

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