Trips

Meeting
Our November meeting will be the ever popular Picture Potpourri. Trip leaders and participants will showcase pictures from various trips that were done since last November. Come and see what you missed out on (or enjoyed!) and glean advice and ideas for future trips. Potpourri rules: priority is given to IMR trips, then private trips by IMR members if time allows.
Day Trip
Join us for one of our favorite fall swift water floats, the North Fork of the Payette River between McCall and Cascade. We'll drive up from Boise early in the morning, leave a vehicle at the take out, drive to the put in (accessible to higher clearance cars) and launch. Participants must be able to avoid river bank snags, make fast turns, and ferry.
Overnight Trip
Join us in exploring YDS Class 3E summits in the rugged and beautiful Seven Devils Peaks. On Sunday we will drive about 4.5 hours from Boise and carcamp on the way to the trailhead (accessible to passenger cars on a good gravel road). Monday we will backpack, partly off-trail, to a lake basin and set up base camp. That same day, we will scramble up the first of the peaks on our list.
Overnight Trip
Join us in exploring a less-frequently traveled area of the picturesque Wallowa Mountains in eastern Oregon. We'll leave Boise early on Friday morning for the approximately 3.5 hour drive to the trailhead (the last four miles are rough but should be accessible to higher clearance passenger cars; NW Forest Pass or equivalent required). We'll backpack to a lakeside campsite.
Meeting
Excursions into the Boulder-White Cloud Mountains after Labor Day offer opportunities for solitude in a gorgeous landscape. Protection by Wilderness designation means changes from prior policies that affect hikers and backpackers. USFS personnel will discuss the Wilderness boundaries and how changes will impact your trip planning and backcountry camping practices.
Meeting
Once again Boise resident Scott Marchant has outdone himself with a meticulously researched hiking guide for the greater Boise area. Some hikes are close to town, others require a one-to-two hour drive, and all have detailed directions. Each is rated: distance, cumulative elevation gain, difficulty, approximate hiking time, etc..
Overnight Trip
Join us in exploring summits above 10,000 feet in elevation in the highest mountain range of Idaho. We will leave Boise on Sunday afternoon and drive about 5 hours to a primitive campsite. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday we head towards summits, re-locating to different primitive campsites on Monday and Tuesday evenings.. We return to Boise on Wednesday evening.
Day Trip
This year's Boise Front 4th of July Butterfly Count will be held on Sunday, July 8th. Weather permitting it will be an all-day affair. We'd love to have you join us. We will meet in the parking lot of the 17th and State Marketplace on the corner of – you guessed it – 17th and State Street (across the street from the Albertsons parking lot at 16th and State).
Day Trip
Join us for a moderately paced walk up Kepros Mountain, about 9 miles RT and only 1,600 ft. accumulative elevation gain. The trailhead is about a 30 minute drive from Boise and is accessible to passenger cars. We plan an early start to beat the heat.
Day Trip
Meet at the Succor Creek State Natural Area Campground at 9 am on Sunday June 3. Help pick up trash along the road and in the campground as well as remove scotch thistle from the area. Bring: work gloves, shovel, water, lunch No need to sign up - just show up!