Idaho Backcountry Hot Springs multi-sport adventure

Our Backcountry Hotsprings Multi-Sport tour showcases the magnificent Sawtooth Mountain Range, in Idaho’s lower midsection. You want to talk American Exceptionalism, this national recreation area, comprised of The Boise, Sawtooth and Challis National Forests—largest set aside in the continental United States—borders a vast, textbook wilderness marked by a staggering 587,000-acres of road-less area. In terms of reference points, you’re one and a half hours north of Boise: the Stanley Basin, a chunk of the Idaho Batholith, plus the physically striking Sawtooths to the east represents our ingress, or gateway to all manner of outstanding adventure pursuits.

Highlights

  • The Boise National Forest
  • Sawtooth Mountains
  • Challis National Forests
  • Hiking, mountain biking, and whitewater rafting
  • Soak in the area’s abundant natural hot springs!

Details

TypeMountain bike, E-Mountain bike
Duration6 days
LevelEasy, moderate
SupportGuided
Group sizemin. 6 max. 13
LodgingCamping
BicycleNot included
MonthJune, July, August,
StartBoise
FinishBoise
States or countryIdaho
Airport startBoise Airport (BOI)
Airport finishBoise Airport (BOI)

Starting from $ 2,056.00

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