New Boise Greenbelt map available

greenbeltEven if you know the Boise Greenbelt really well, a new map that’s available is fun to look at and you might even discover a few new places to explore.

A new colorful shows the 25-mile pathway through the City of Boise.

New features of the pocket-size map include:

- Parking access

- Pedestrian bridge crossings

- Etiquette

- Wildlife tips

- Historic facts

-Links to related resources

Funding for the map was provided by a grant from the Idaho Travel Council in partnership with the Boise Convention and Visitors Bureau and the City of Boise.

The Greenbelt is a popular destination for people of all ages who enjoy walking, biking and running along the shady banks of the Boise River. The pathway linking the “Ribbon of Jewels” riverside parks is maintained by Boise Parks & Recreation.

A digital version of the map is available online HERE

For a printed map, stop by the Boise Convention & Visitors Bureau, 250 S. 5th St. No. 300,  or the Boise Parks & Recreation administration office, 1104 Royal Blvd. For more information, call 608-7600.

Photo by Pete Zimowsky/Idaho Statesman

Posted in Into the Outdoors