Trips

Day Trip
Snowmobiles have been mistakenly using Idaho City Park n' Ski Trails. Idaho Parks and Rec asked IMR to help by posting No Snowmobile signs to remind operators of wintertime motorized travel restrictions.
Day Trip
Join us for a cross-country tour at the Idaho City Park-n-Ski. We'll either ski a loop or set up a shuttle. Participants need strong intermediate ski skills and a winter day pack. No dogs, please. The trailhead is about a 1.5 hour drive from Boise. Vehicles need a Park-n-Ski pass, which can be purchased on the drive up.
Overnight Trip
Join Friends of the Owyhees for the 4th Edition of Succor Creek Geology About The Trip
Meeting
Too many people trade their skiing in for golfing, just when backcountry skiing is hitting prime conditions. Let Boise skier extraordinaire Cody Feuz take you out on a tour! He'll talk about why go spring skiing (powder is overrated), how to be successful, pitfalls and dangers, and places to go for a day trip from town.
Day Trip
Join us for a classic Nordic ski tour, exact location TBD depending on where we think the best snow conditions will be after the storml predicted on Friday. We'll leave Boise at 8 am. Either a trail fee or parking pass will be needed. No dogs, please.
Day Trip
Join us in a semi-exploratory ski tour in the Boise Mountains near Idaho City. We will be breaking trail on old logging roads and through the forest, up to about 10 miles round trip with about 1,700 foot cumulative elevation gain. This tour is not part of the Idaho City Park-n-Ski system and passes are not needed.
Meeting
Idaho living legend Joe Leonard will give a presentation about his pioneering outdoor exploits starting way back in the 1960s, the era of three-pin bindings, leather knickers, gaiters and wool socks. He will address what the wilderness and all that Idaho skiing, kayaking and climbing has meant to him, including the spiritual benefits of a life spent in the wilderness and beyond.
Meeting
IMR members Judi Steciak and Carl Hamke spent 12 days on these glacier-fed rivers, rowing past brown bears, seals hunting Copper River salmon, and calving glaciers.
Overnight Trip
Are you interested in transitioning from 3-season to 4-season overnight wilderness trips with the help of folks who have over 35 years of winter camping experience? If so, this class is for you! We will contact participants in advance to go over gear, food, hydration and techniques for staying warm in preparation for this one-night experience.
Meeting
Join members of the 705 Backcountry Ski Patrol for an overview of avalanche risk assessment skills. Folks with prior training will appreciate the review. Skiers and snowshoers new to winter backcountry exploration will get a glimpse of the essentials and learn about local classes.