Idaho Trails Association and the Boise Bureau of Land Management will spend National Public Lands Day hiking and working on the pedestrian only Hulls Gulch Interpretive Trail in the Boise Foothills. This trail has several signs describing the history of the Foothills, and offers great views of the valley.
We’ll meet at the 8th Street Trailhead and shuttle volunteers to the Upper Hulls Gulch Trailhead. From here we’ll hike with our tools the 3 miles back down hill to the 8th street trailhead, cutting out bush that has begun encroaching on the trail and improving water drainage along the way.
Join us in the evening for our National Public Lands Day Dinner!
Difficulty Rating: 1 – Easy: Trail work is performed near or a short distance from a trailhead. Work is typically performed with a larger group. Minimal gear may be carried.
Estimated Drive Time to Meeting Spot: 20 minutes from Downtown Boise. From downtown Boise, Idaho, follow 8th Street north toward the foothills. The street will change to a gravel road as you leave the residential area. The trailhead is located about 3 miles up 8th Street past the end of the pavement in the Boise Foothills
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