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The Paradise Path forms a critical link between the Latah Trail and Bill Chipman Palouse Trail, two long rail-trails on opposite sides of Moscow, Idaho. Winding within Moscow city limits, the Paradise Path closely follows Paradise Creek for most of its route.
The trail's western end passes through the University of Idaho's campus, making it a useful recreation and active transportation amenity for students, staff and visitors. The trail's eastern end opens up into verdant farmland, but not before a scenic pass through shady Berman Creekside Park, where a beautiful collection of trees and flowers awaits. The park is well-used in the winter, too: a sledding hill and outdoor fireplace welcome visitors of all ages.
Parking for the Paradise Path is available at Berman Creekside Park (382 Styner Avenue) in Moscow.
While short, this is a fantastic trail that I run and bike on all the time. I've rollerbladed on it too, although there are enough tree roots and other challenges that made rollerblading on it a one-time event.
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