There are some amazing hikes in Idaho for anyone and everyone. Easy hikes, hard hikes, lush hikes, desert hikes, waterside hikes, mountain hikes, valley hikes, and even haunted hikes. America has over 60,000 miles of trails and it seems like half of them are in Idaho.

According to Visit Idaho, "Unknown to many, the state contains the nation’s largest designated wilderness outside of Alaska—the 2.3-million-acre Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness—and over 20 million acres of national forest. Some of the most beautiful and varied topography in the U.S. is found here, including the spectacular peaks in the Sawtooth Mountains, the lunar landscape of Craters of the Moon, the rugged canyons of the Owyhee Canyonlands, and the dense forests of Idaho’s Panhandle."

Here are a few in and around the Boise area to get you in the hiking mood before we get on to the creepy stuff...

Hikes to Explore Outside in and Around Boise

Need to connect with nature a bit? Or at least escape the day to day grind? Check out these Boise area hikes, some are quick if you only have an hour or two and some are half day journeys.

Ok now are you ready for the spooky stuff???

Are You Brave Enough to Hike or Camp in Idaho's Haunted Forest?

If you like spooky and creepy adventures, this Idaho hike and campground is for you. 

Gallery Credit: Nikki West

Do You Have What it Takes to Visit Boise's Most Haunted Places?

Check out these haunted buildings... if you dare.

Gallery Credit: Stephanie Gull

Creepy Haunted Nevada Mine Video Will Keep You Up At Night

Exploring Horton Mine in Nevada is easily one of the most terrifying things you'll ever experience. The screams, paranormal activity, and sounds of machinery in complete darkness will certainly keep you awake at night...

Gallery Credit: Chris Cardenas



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