Activity  Overview

Are you looking for ideas for your next mountain bike adventure? Below you will find ideas for places to take your next campervan rental. On the right you will see a calendar of events for your next campervan rental. 

 
 

Idaho Flowcation

Idaho has been building up an amazing collection of machine built and natural flow trails within a 2 to 3 hour drive of Boise. The places offer some amazing locations to put together a wonderful mountain bike trip with your family or friends. Renting one of our Wandervan campervans makes for a great way to experience some of the amazing flow style mountain bike trails in the state of Idaho.


Stanley, Idaho Trails

Only two and a half hours from Boise sits Stanley and some amazing scene and equally amazing trails. The most popular trail is Fischer-Williams Creek, but there are loads more great adventures to take your bike on. Renting one of our Wandervan campervans makes for a great way to experience some of the amazing Stanley area trails in the state of Idaho.


Sun Valley, Idaho Trails

Only three hours from Boise is Sun Valley and some amazing riding. There is hundreds of miles of trails right from town plus lift served riding at Sun Valley Resort. Renting one of our Wandervan campervans makes for a great way to experience some of the amazing Sun Valley area trails in the state of Idaho.


McCall, Idaho Trails

Only two hours from Boise is McCall, Idaho that has an amazing lake in the heart of town and miles of amazing trails all around town in the mountains. There are two options for lift serve in the area and also some great flow trails at Jug Mountain Ranch. If you venture further from town the trails get a little steeper and more challenging, but there is simply something for everyone in McCall. Renting one of our Wandervan campervans makes for a great way to experience some of the amazing trails in the McCall area.


Driggs, Idaho Trails

Only six hours from Boise is a place rarely visited, but with some amazing riding. Driggs is just enough off the radar where you can find some amazing and uncrowded trails build by a dedicated crew of local trail builders. Driggs is a great 4 to 5 day trip to put on your radar if you are looking for something different.


Boise, Idaho Trails

Boise is the home of Wandervans and we just happen to have some amazing trails. From downtown boise you can access over 200 miles of trails and ride almost 11 months of the year. When temperatures get hot you can ride up near the ski resort or when the snow falls trails abound close to town.


Idaho Rails to Trails

From the Boise Greenbelt which is 25 miles long connecting over 850 acres of Parks to the Route of the Hiawatha which has a tunnel over a mile in length. Idaho has some amazing Rails to Trails experiences.