Bill Chipman Palouse Trail, Pullman

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Biking Trail · Hidden Gem · Jogging Path
The Bill Chipman Palouse Trail is a paved rail trail in the northwestern United States, from Pullman, Washington, eastward to Moscow, Idaho. Completed 23 years ago in 1998, it follows the former Union Pacific Railroad right-of-way and connects the rural university towns on the Palouse across the state border.
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  • We take my 5 year old and dog biking (dog running) We start downtown or at Koppel Farms. There are commuters that drive fast on the trail--so be cautious.  more »
  • The Bill Chipman Trail, created to honor the memory of a great Pullman businessman and community leader, provides pedestrians and cyclists a safe, scenic trail to enjoy between Pullman, Washington...  more »

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