Here's a riddle for you:

"A lot of places discourage it and some places just expect you to know this by now... but, when the snow lands in Boise, people seem to forget it. What is it?"

Before you guess it, no, it has nothing to do with driving habits. That is unless you count someone on a bike as "driving."

"Winter is coming..."

Some of us are excited about the imminent winter conditions while others are not so thrilled. While the optimistic get excited about the beauty it brings to the Treasure Valley, others feel like it hinders the wonders that Idaho has to offer.

A good example of that is the absolutely perfect drivers that the Treasure Valley is home to...

Just kidding. No one's perfect.

We're talking about the trails of the Treasure Valley and how people use them regardless of the weather conditions. Here's why that is an absolutely terrible idea...

The 1 Rule People Seem To Forget On Boise's First Snow Day

If you want to be inconsiderate and have no shame in upsetting others, here's how you can destroy the trails of the Treasure Valley once we see snowfall in Boise.

Gallery Credit: Chris Cardenas

And unfortunately for those who've been in the Treasure Valley for a long time who just want people to "get it"... there is another unwritten rule that people are breaking.

This one just so happens to be on the Boise Greenbelt... do you see where we're going with this? That's right - we just want people to SPEAK UP! It doesn't take much to let someone know you're coming up on them from behind, whether it's on your eBike or your real bike.

Here are ten more rules to follow on the Boise Greenbelt...

10 Commandments of the Boise River Greenbelt Everyone Should Follow

Some of these are actual rules put in place by the city. Others are just common courtesies to fellow Greenbelt users!

Gallery Credit: Michelle Heart

Speaking of the Greenbelt, watch out for these animals if you're out on one of Boise's greatest treasures.

The Boise Greenbelt Is Home to These 10 Wild Animals, Be Prepared

If you're on the Boise Greenbelt, especially along the river, don't be alarmed if you run into any number of these wildlife.

Gallery Credit: Stephanie Gull

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