splattski wrote:At the end of April, anything higher than about 5k will probably still need snowshoes.
It would be helpful to know more what you are interested in- trail hikes or wilder outings, peaks, canyons, etc. and also how far you want to (or don't want to) drive from Boise.
Lacking that, here are a couple of lists (includes dates to give you an idea on conditions):
Super Dave's Boise Mountains
http://idahoalpinezone.com/index.php?p= ... -Mountains
Splattski Boise area
http://www.splattski.com/overview/idaho ... html#boise
Splattski April adventures
Alternately, you can pick up a copy of "Idaho, A Climbing Guide", the must-have for exploring or dreaming about Idaho mountains
splattski wrote:Looking briefly at a few of the climbers logs you've signed, I'd suggest Galena Peak. It's about 3 hours from Boise, Class 2, and around 4000' gain. It's lower than the peaks you've done in Colorado, but probably a bit more adventurous and wild, and it's unlikely you'll see anyone else.
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