日本一本道a不卡免费A walk or ride down the Boise River Greenbelt takes you past swimming holes, a whitewater park for kayakers and surfers — along with hundreds of floaters and tubers on hot summer days, cyclists, stand-up paddle-boarders and rock climbers who take to the cliffs above the Boise River.
Just 16 miles to the north, offers 2,600 skiable acres for Nordic and downhill skiers and snowboarders. The action doesn’t slow down in the summer, with Idaho’s only mountain coaster, miles of world-class mountain bike trails and more.
Big City Excitement, Small Town Feel
Into food? Boise hosts two downtown, and a growing menu of local and national restaurant options, from food trucks and steak houses to unique international cuisine.
日本一本道a不卡免费Families enjoy Boise’s schools, low costs and low crime rates — and many find comfortable homes among our diverse religious communities. And our many cultures love to share with each other: from the Jewish Deli Days to the Greek and Russian food festivals to the huge gathering of Basques from around the world held every five years in Boise, the city loves to come together for special events.
Where High Tech Meets the Mountains
日本一本道a不卡免费Boise’s local companies make microchips and memory sensors, solar-powered streetlights and wireless hotspots. They make some of the world’s most renowned trout fly reels and most reliable and durable whitewater rafts. We’re the home of the Pacific Northwest’s largest aircraft services company and one of the country’s leading manufacturers of diesel-electric light and heavy rail engines.
Many of these companies are powered by Boise State innovations and employees. More than 600 Bronco alumni work at , for example. Boise State graduates make up the entire international foods division at the Our computer science students are in such demand that by the time they finish their third year, about 90 percent of them have locked down local internships and nearly all have job offers waiting for them when they graduate. That entire department is located in the heart of downtown (which is just a few blocks away from campus), because tech and civic leaders find the program and its students such a valuable part of this industry.
Arts and Culture
Boise State presents the each spring, and our alumni, students, faculty and staff are driving forces behind much of Boise’s arts scene. Boise is home of the five-day Treefort Music Fest and groups like that join acclaimed international traveling performers in the , located right here on our campus. The Boise Art Museum, the Idaho Black History Museum and the Idaho State Museum are just down the street.