Offering art museums, craft breweries, broadway shows, and an eclectic mix of local restaurants to both its residents and visitors, Boise is considered the cultural hub of the Treasure Valley. The Treasure Valley is the area that encompasses the cities of Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Eagle, Star, Kuna, Caldwell, and Middleton. 

Are you traveling to Boise, Idaho for the holidays? Being the third largest city in the Northwest, Boise is filled with numerous outdoor activities and is a popular destination to live and visit. The last month of fall is upon us and if you happen to be in the area here are a few ideas on how to enjoy the rest of the season!

1. Take a Trip to the World Center for Birds of Prey

Located just outside the heart of downtown is The World Center for Birds of Prey headquarters. The 484,000-acre national conservation area consists of curvy and deep canyons as the Snake River travels through the middle.  With its mission to conserve birds of prey worldwide, the conservation area gives visitors the opportunity to learn about the history of raptors and why many species are on the verge of being extinct. A popular attraction for those who come to the World Center for Birds of Prey each Friday, Saturday, or Sunday is the flight shows.

2. Experience Boise’s Beers & Breweries

Scattered amongst the Boise area are numerous breweries. From Payette Brewing Company and Barbarian Brewing to Bittercreek Alehouse and Hops & Bottles, both residents and visitors love the taste of local Boise brews and enjoy the fun atmosphere each location has to offer. Another popular option that crowds flock to is Longdrop Cider, Idaho’s first production cidery. Nothing beats watching sporting events and utilizing the pet-friendly, outdoor patio with family and friends.

3. Greenbelt Biking

The Boise River Greenbelt stretches over 25-miles long. Many enjoy the connecting parks and trails that hide in Boise’s beautiful landscape. A hot-spot for walkers, cyclists, dog owners, runners and anyone looking to immerse themselves in nature, the Greenbelt features athletic complexes, fishing opportunities, bicycling trails, an 18-hole golf course, commuter corridors, the Boise State University campus, and a robust zoo. There is no better place to enjoy the rest of the fall season!

4. Shop the Capital City Public Market

One popular farmers market that extends right through the fall and into December is the Capital City Public Market. It has been a local favorite since 1994. Located downtown near the Capitol, each Saturday from 9:30am to 1:30pm eager customers gather to discover delicious produce offered by neighboring farms, one-of-a-kind art, and other special goods. With many other Idaho farmers markets open to the public throughout the year, locals consider themselves lucky to have access to such amazing products.

5. Hike Camel’s Back Park

Camel’s Back Park is made up of 11 acres of developed land that is about 10 minutes from downtown. With picture-perfect views, it’s known to have a beautiful 360-degree panorama and is a popular spot for a pre-sunset picnic. Experience a true Boise, Idaho fall by hiking miles of scenic trails and landscape.

At Little Cow Mountain, we love celebrating Idaho’s fall season by being outdoors. Our farm raises Registered American Aberdeen Angus Cattle to produce custom beef for our customers that meets high standards of quality. Our poultry broilers are raised out on grass and get plenty of fresh air and sunshine. Visit our online shop to buy Little Cow Mountain produce today.

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