Boise has been making “best of” lists for the past couple years – #1 on livability.com’s Top 100 best places to Live, one of 51 Affordable Discoveries Across America in 2019 – and so many other lists. But for those who are coming to Boise for the first time as part of the 3rd annual Beer Marketing & Tourism Conference, there’s no shortage of beer here.
- With over 25 breweries Boise is one of the best up and coming beer cities in the country
- They’ve got a self-guided Ale Trail App that leads you on a journey through Boise’s best breweries
- Boise is surrounded by hops! In fact, as part of the 2019 BMTC we’ll be visiting Mill95 and having dinner at Gooding Farms, including watching a ribbon-cutting for their new solar farm.
- The Boise River and Greenbelt path provide a 26 mile adventure for those wanting to get out and ride their bikes or walk along the river and see the beauty of the City of Trees
- With over 1,700 hotel rooms downtown there are plenty of options to fit everyone’s style and budget
- Excellent restaurants and bars provided great nightlife in our vibrant downtown.
Okay, maybe you love the outdoors as much as we do. What makes Boise incredible is the multitude ways you can get outside and be active. From skiing to river surfing, Boise is bountiful with recreational opportunities.
- Over 190 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails accessible from Downtown – Boise thrives on the ease of access to the outdoors
- Walkable downtown allows for visitors to take in the sights, sounds, and smells while walking past iconic locations like Freak Alley Gallery or the Boise Capitol
Sponsored post: This post was written on behalf of our conference sponsor, the Boise CVB. All photos shown are courtesy of the Boise CVB and used with permission.