Whether you want to plan your adventure route, or have fun exploring the mountain, you’re going to want this trail map.
World Class Trails are Waiting
Explore miles of lift-serviced downhill trails, ranging from moderate and mellow to difficult switchbacks and drops, including the #1 rated trail in Idaho. Visitors can mountain bike from the top of Bogus, all the way to the Boise foothills and Dry Creek trails.
AROUND THE MOUNTAIN – The #1 rated trail in Idaho –MTBProject.com
The trails at Bogus are typically open June through October, depending on snowmelt.
No trail fees required. Please take all necessary precautions to have a safe, fun and adventurous outing, and pack-in/pack-out any garbage.
The Ridge to Rivers Trail System is a unique partnership among government agencies, private landowners, organizations and individuals. Its exceptional roads and trails meander through approximately 80,000 acres of land between the Boise Ridge and the Boise River. These roads and trails link more than land and water…they connect people with each other and the environment. Your care and courtesy will help protect these fragile foothills.
Rules of the Trail:
- Ride on open trails only
- Leave no trace
- Control your bicycle
- Always yield to uphill traffic
- Never spook animals
- Plan ahead
- Stay on marked trails
- Stay off muddy trails
Summer Chairlift Ticket Prices:
Summer Season Pass$99
|Deer Point Summer Chairlift Services (Begin July2) Hours|
|Simplot Lodge Hours|
All ages welcome.
Planning to ride the chairlift? Be sure to sign our release. Parents and legal guardians need to sign on behalf of minors. Download the release here.
Free trail maps are also available at the Bogus Basin Offices at 2600 Bogus Basin Rd., the Simplot Lodge ticket windows, and your Treasure Valley bike shops.