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Outdoor activities close to Boise: Boise Bike Park
March 6, 2022

J.A. and Kathryn Albertson Family Foundation Bike Park

Location: 750 Mountain Cove Rd                                                                                                                                                                                   
Hours: Sunrise to Sunset, weather permitting                                                                                                                                                                   
Parking: Parking available on the berm next to the park; overflow parking available across Mountain Cove Road in the Fort Boise lot.                    Restrooms: facilities are open year- round                                                                                                                                                                   
Safety information: Riders should always wear helmets. E-bikes or motorized vehicles of any kind are prohibited inside the park. Watch out for other riders and ride on your skill level. Spectators should stay off terrain and trails.
Website: Boise Bike Park                                                                                                                                

No pets allowed in the bike park. Service animals are welcome.

Designed to accommodate multiple skill levels from beginner to expert. Beginner trails are marked with a green circle; blue square for intermediate; black diamond for advanced; two black diamonds for expert.

Cross Country Trails: Cross Country Trails around the perimeter of the bike park are beginner level. 

Pump Tracks: Asphalt pump tracks provide loops for riders with rolls and curves that keep your bike moving with limited pedaling. Beginner and advanced pump tracks at the park. Advanced tracks have higher rolls and steep curves that allow for jumps. 

Slopestyle Trails: Trails range from beginner to expert. Beginner trails offer smaller mounds and spacing that allows riders to control their speed. The other tails in this section offer multiple ways of approaching jump features from advanced to less technical. 

Smoking and Alcoholic beverages of any kind are prohibited at this park

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