Bill Chipman Palouse Trail AKA The Moscow Pullman Trail

Here is another great paved trail perfect for getting some exercise with your dog. This trail starts where Perimeter Drive meets the Moscow Pullman Highway in Moscow and shadows the highway to Pullman. It is slightly up hill but you will only notice that if your riding your bike. 😉
Visit their website for more info and photos.

Latah Trail

The Latah Foundation spear headed this rail-to-trail. It goes from Moscow to Troy and is free of motorized vehicles. It is a great trail for roller blading / scootering /biking with your best friend since it is paved. It starts near the UI fountains in Moscow where 95 and 8 meet. The trail follows the Troy Highway the majority of the way to Troy!

“The 12-mile trail between Moscow and Troy was completed in October 2008. It is a fully paved, 10-foot wide trail intended for use by pedestrians, bicyclists, in-line skaters, wheel-chair operators, cross-country skiers and others with non-motorized transportation. In August 2009, Latah County acquired ownership of the old rail bed continuing 4 miles southeast of Troy. This next section of trail is currently an unimproved gravel/rock pathway that follows Bear Creek.” From

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Mary Minerva McCroskey Country Trail

The McCroskey State Park has a lot of offer! “This 5300-acre ridgeline park is dedicated to pioneer women. McCroskey State Park’s highlight is an 18-mile skyline drive through the park on unimproved roads provides spectacular views of the rolling Palouse country and access to 32 miles of multi-purpose trails. Facilities include a group day use shelter, primitive camping areas and picnic areas along the road. The road is not recommended for large RVs and may be too rough for your family car.”
~State of Idaho Parks and Rec
Visit the website above for maps and more information.

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