This route starts from the Southern end of the trail, so the majority of the trail is descent. Views consist of rocky ledges, green-faced hillsides and high desert sage brush. The trail follows through abundant forested areas for shade. In ... Read More
A short stroll into the woods more suitable for families with small children, elderly, or special needs individuals. There is a bench along the trail to rest in the shade and a primitive restroom facility at the parking lot.... Read More
The main City Creek Trail gains almost 1,000 feet in elevation from the Grant Street Parking Lot to the last connection with City Creek Road. While the difficulty level of this trail system is graded with the “average” hiker or rider in mind, beginners should use caution ... Read More
There are a few ways to get to the Western entrance of Yellowstone National Park, and this is the quickest with the most developed rest areas, restaurant & hotel options, RV parking, and other travel ammenities. It also has some family ... Read More
- On the benches and mountains surrounding Pocatello and the Portneuf Valley are thousands of acres of Public Land. The Portneuf River runs through Pocatello, with beautiful stretches for floating above and below the City.
- Access is gated to motorized ... Read More
A slight turn from the Greenway will lead you to a wonderful nature area along the Portneuf River, with a fishing pond, docks, and plenty of side trails to peruse at your own pace. This pathway is a combination of ... Read More