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Hells Canyon: Yellow Jet Boat Tour to Kirkwood, Snake River

1. Hells Canyon: Yellow Jet Boat Tour to Kirkwood, Snake River

Board the speed boat at Hells Canyon Creek Visitor Center and Boat Launch, one mile below Hells Canyon Dam on the Oregon side of the Snake River. Set off on a 54-mile round trip through the Wild River Section of the canyon. Expect to see rock walls, desert grasslands, and alpine forests, all on the same trip. Listen to the captain as they regale you with stories about the early Native Americans who inhabited this area and the ranching families that have called Hells Canyon home over the years. Keep your eyes open for wildlife such as bald eagles, black bears, deer, and bighorn sheep. Take advantage of the endless photo opportunities and guaranteed memory-making moments. Enjoy a delicious lunch and water or lemonade at Sheep Creek Historic Ranch or Kirkwood Historic Ranch.

Boise Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure

2. Boise Amazing Scavenger Hunt Adventure

Looking for a way to turn downtown Boise into a giant board game? Urban Adventure Quest have created an interactive scavenger hunt that combines the fun of the amazing race with a three-hour sightseeing tour of Boise. Be guided through any smart phone. Groups make their way among well-known and overlooked gems of the city, solving clues and completing challenges while learning about local history. The adventure begins at the Idaho State Capitol, and continues on to explore historic landmarks, unique city art, the Basque neighborhood and other hidden gems of the city.   Using a smartphone as “the guide” allows participants to start when they want, and to determine their own pace of play. Stop for a bite at one of the many restaurants, or have a Sangria in the Basque Block. Offered at a fixed price for a group versus per person pricing, this city tour and game offers great value to those on a budget. Points of interest include: • State Capitol (free admission) • Freak Alley (free admission) • Anne Frank Memorial (free admission) • Boise Art Museum (stop outside) • The Basque Block (admission ticket not included)

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Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 9 reviews

3 hours of great fun!

We did the scavenger hunt on bicycles, so we were able to move fairly quickly. Would have taken a bit longer walking. Overall, a very fun event that involved the whole team in figuring out and searching for the answers. This wasn't simply "find a location and snap a picture." You have to do some simple math and figure out the puzzles to get to the answers, which made is so much more interesting. And...in meantime, you learned quite a bit about the area around downtown Boise. I would highly recommend this event!

We absolutely enjoyed it!

Understanding just how to get started was a bit confusing. Thankful for the crew at GetYourGuide, we were able to get help with the process. The actual activity was fun, mind provoking, helpful in pointing out fun facts and things we might have missed. We enjoyed the experience and would try it again in another area!

Fun and challenging

We had a great time walking and seeing the city. There is a LOT of walking so be prepared. Also, make sure you register online after you pay but before you begin the tour. That part was a bit confusing

Exploring Boise this way was a wonderful way to discover a new city.

I would definitely do this in another city. Fun way to explore a new place.

It was a blast. I learned a bunch of stuff I never knew before.