Things To Do In Eagle

$36 for 10 Hot-Yoga Classes at Red-Yoga ($100 Value)

Red-Yoga

Eagle

$100 $36

Studio hosts an array of physically demanding yoga styles in a space heated up to 102 degrees to foster deeper stretches and detoxification

Wine Tasting with Appetizers for Two, Four, or Six at The Blue Moose Cafe (Up to 52% Off)

The Blue Moose Cafe

Eagle

$38 $20

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Café converted from a house, with an outdoor patio and live music on weekends; lauded by the "Boise Weekly"

$30 for Three Personal Training Sessions and a Consultation at SuperSlow Zone ($90)

SuperSlow Zone

Eagle

$90 $30

20-minute total body workouts with a certified personal trainer

Bow Inspection, One-Hour Lesson, or One Month of Range Practice at Dead-On Archery (Half Off)

Dead-On Archery

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

Key shooting techniques are taught during one-hour archery classes; range time is perfect for personal shooting practice

One or Three Months of Membership for Kids' and Adult Aikido Classes at Treasure Valley Aikido (Up to 59% Off)

Treasure Valley Aikido

Eagle

$80 $39

Students develop confidence and boosted self-esteem as they learn the graceful, non-resistant techniques and flowing take-downs of aikido

3 Months of Unlimited Kids' Martial Arts Classes at Karate for Kids (75% Off)

Eagle Ata Martial Arts Center

Eagle

$168 $42

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$39 for One Month of Unlimited CrossFit Classes at CrossFit E3 ($100 Value)

CrossFit E3

Eagle

$100 $39

Intense classes feature workouts that change daily and include equipment such as weights, plyometric boxes, and incline ladders

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While students certainly build muscles at Little Feet Taekwondo, the martial-arts instructors focus more on strengthening each person's self-confidence. They work with all levels?white belts to black belts?to develop mental discipline, physical coordination, and defensive ability. Little Feet Taekwondo's instructors train students as young as 3, and family classes accommodate ages 10 and up, including adults. That way, kids and their parents can break boards and come up with their superhero catch phrases side by side.

349 E State St
Eagle,
ID
US

The wine specialists behind Heartwood & Oak Wine Merchants combine two elements as well-matched as vanilla notes in a pinot noir?curated wine selections and affordability. Their carefully sourced wine selections offer significant savings on each tasty glass while introducing clients to new varietals from far-flung locales. Samplers, such as their curated selection of Spanish reds, combine wines by region, style, season, or likelihood of being stolen by the ghost of Hemingway.

1191 Iron Eagle Dr Suite 100
Eagle,
ID
US

Gateway Parks Eagle Snow Park creates a pristine winter wonderland year-round. Snow machines sprinkle flakes on the ground, and a snowcat ensures a smooth surface every night once the lights go off. In the morning, staff send guests flying down the snow lanes on tubes, skis, snowboards, and snow skates. Specially built jumps, rails, and creative elements allow advanced sportsmen and sportswomen to practice tricks on the way down.

4000 West Hatchery Road
Eagle,
ID
US

Once snow hits the ground, Idaho Sleigh Rides celebrates the season by transporting riders across the wintry wonderland in horse-drawn sleighs and opening up snowflake-festooned terrain for tubing and snowmobiling. Sleighs run with the help of equine employees Poncho and Cisco, four-legged brothers that earned their wagon-pulling chops at the Rose Bowl Parade and Boise Holiday Parade. Idaho Sleigh Rides slings Dutch-oven-style meals built from roast, potatoes, and cobbler, as well as buckaroo burgers, to prevent guests' rumbling stomachs from disrupting the bucolic stillness or sleep patterns of temperamental yeti.

105 Freedom Ranch Rd.
Garden Valley,
ID
US

In pools heated to a comfortable 90 degrees, Aqua-Tots Swim School's experienced instructors pass their aquatic knowledge onto younger generations. Before taking to the waters, the team sorts prospective swimmers into one of eight swim levels along with similarly skilled and aged peers. Teachers work alongside the parents of infants and toddlers to practice water safety skills and other swimming fundamentals such as blowing bubbles and interpreting whale songs. More advanced swimmers, meanwhile, master different strokes and techniques, and teachers incorporate more advanced concepts and the rules of competitive swimming as their charges progress through the levels.

3116 East State Street
Eagle,
ID
US

At Idaho X-Sports, visitors experience the high-speed thrills of barreling down snowy slopes while safely seated in cushy snow tubes. Lifts transport guests to the top of the hills, where they can choose from 1200-foot runs in three varying levels of intensity, from gentle slopes to inclines steep enough to scare away even the most skilled stilt-walkers. At the bottom of the hill, a yurt welcomes spent guests to warm up by the fire and replenish their energy with food and drinks. Visitors may also snag Idaho X-Sports' skis and snowshoes and explore more than 10 miles of groomed Nordic ski trails.

1127 Banks Lowman Rd
Garden Valley,
ID
US