So, you want to see just how high you can get in Boise... we have good news for you. First and foremost, you won't be breaking any laws because we're talking about elevation (sorry 420 hopefuls) and secondly, the highest you can get in the Boise area is just 10,124 feet. Are you up for the task?

Two Point Mountain has views that are worth it

If you're willing to put the work in and scale Two Point Mountain, you'll be rewarded with some of the most impressive views that you'll ever see in Idaho. Sure, it's not Borah Peak and doesn't have a deadly glacier, but it is a bit safer.

According to a difficulty grid or "Activity Matrix" on, you'll need to be "advanced" if you plan on doing any rock climbing at Two Point Mountain. If you plan on doing any alpine climbing or trail running, you'll need to be "intermediate." You can check out more of that information here but to put it simply - you need to know what you're doing.

Getting there doesn't seem too bad and they have instructions at, but enough chatter. Let's look at some of the stunning views that you'll be able to catch once you scale Two Point Mountain in the Boise Mountains.

Here Is The Highest That You Can Get in Boise

If you're looking to get legally "high" in the Boise area, we got you. Here is a look at the highest point in the Boise Mountains...

Gallery Credit: Chris Cardenas

So, maybe you're one of those people who has no difficulty scaling a mountain that is 10,000 feet high. No worries, we get it... okay, not really but we do have something that is for anyone who is a little more advanced.

The highest point in all of Idaho... but it does have a deadly past you'll want to be aware of.

The Highest Elevation in Idaho And Its Deadly History

Borah Mountain or Borah Peak is the tallest point in Idaho... unfortunately, there have been fatalities as mountain climbers have attempted to scale the mountain.

Gallery Credit: Chris Cardenas

Now, what happens if you run into an animal like a mountain lion while making your way up any mountain or through the woods of Idaho? Here's what you do...

Here's Everything You Need To Know If You Run Into A Mountain Lion In Boise

This information is courtesy of Idaho Fish and Game.

Gallery Credit: Marco

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