Boise’s Table Rock and the Snake River

We headed toward Boise from our campsite in Heyford on the Snake River.  The Snake River is aptly named… we’ve been following it for days and it flows east to west and south to north. Wednesday night we camped in Heyford on the Snake River in a sweet little community campground. Thursday morning we followed the river to Boise and rode up, up  above Boise to Table Rock and then down.  Boise actually lets bicyclists use the entire lane on the roads.  It’s a very nice bicycle friendly town. After the ride we continued to follow the Snake River to “Catfish Junction” where the Snake turns north to create the border between Idaho and Oregon and then into Washington state where it becomes the Columbia River’s largest tributary..it’s 1078 miles long.

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One thought on “Boise’s Table Rock and the Snake River

  1. Cool spot! I used to run from Boise to Table Rock and back regularly, when I worked for the BLM. Also used to climb on the sandstone boulders. It used to be quite the playground. Probably overpopulated by now. Have fun!

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