There is no typical climb at Urban Ascent. With the help of a belaying partner to safeguard their ropes, visitors can scale up to 43 feet of weathered rockface on endurance climbs, or they can stick closer to the ground in the ropes-free bouldering area. Urban Ascent’s team challenges climbers by regularly revamping the 14,000-square-foot gym’s routes, rearranging footholds and installing pop-out boxing-glove gags to add an element of unpredictability to climbs. During private climbing lessons, instructors fine-tune veteran climbers’ techniques or teach newbies basic fundamentals. The staff also imparts climbing-safety basics to first-time belayers in 20-minute tutorials. Urban Ascent hosts summer camps, afterschool climbing activities for students, and corporate team-building workshops.
Swing by Dierks Bentley in Boise's Southeast Boise area for a quick and tasty taco (or two) at a reasonable price.
Dine with fellow dancing machines — the restaurant is stocked with a lively, open floor.
Take note that the restaurant can get a bit loud, so vocal cords and eardrums should be in tip-top shape.
Get in and out of the car quickly with no-hassle parking located all around the restaurant.
Bicyclists will also find lots of space to safely lock up their bikes.
For a night out with great food that won't break the budget, head to Dierks Bentley.
Even fast food can be delicious when it's the Mexican food at Dierks Bentley.
When you need a quick and easy solution for lunch or dinner, swing by Dierks Bentley and pick up some tasty eats.
At ComedySportz, the spontaneity of improv humor marries the competitiveness of athletics in two weekly shows that churn out laughs for roughly 100 minutes each. During a match, two opposing teams of comics square off in red and blue uniforms as a referee presides. The teams launch into sketches and routines fueled by audience suggestions, much like on the TV shows Whose Line Is It Anyway? and World News with Diane Sawyer. Since random, casual outbursts are so integral to the show, no two performances are the same, and many fans check the lineup to see when their favorite funnypeople take the stage next.
Whether you're looking for an Oscar-nominated flick or a feel-good rom-com, Edwards Boise Downtown Stadium 9 has the perfect movie for you at their theater in Boise.
Don't worry about packing a snack. This theater has a great restaurant so you can keep the fun going.
This theater welcomes kids, too, so you can feel good about bringing the whole family.
Don't stay cooped up on a warm summer night — with Edwards Boise Downtown Stadium 9's open air screens, you can enjoy a movie and the weather at the same time.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
From 2001–2015, the Reign were known, aptly enough, as the Monarchs. Their kingdom was Manchester, New Hampshire, and in 14 seasons there they reached the AHL playoffs 13 times, finally claiming the Calder Cup in 2014–15. Fresh off that franchise high note, the team moved to California in 2015, taking over the former ECHL team's name while retaining its proud affiliation with the Los Angeles Kings. As part of a brand new AHL division, the Reign's challenge will be to continue their historic dominance on the ice while trying to finally convince the referees to serve as their court jesters.
Whether you love thrillers or romantic comedies, Country Club Reel Theater in Boise has a movie in theaters for you to enjoy.
Pick up a tasty meal at their restaurant, located conveniently within the theater.
Don't leave the kids at home — youngsters will love the family-friendly activities at this theater just as much as mom and dad.
The outdoors and a movie are a magical combination. Experience it yourself at Country Club Reel Theater's open air theater.
Parking is plentiful, so patrons can feel free to bring their vehicles.