Map of bike paths / walking paths in the Boise, Idaho area


Recreation trails for walking, running and cycling in Boise and Meridian, Idaho

Boise, Idaho map area

Boise, Idaho

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Ann Morrison Park Trail

Boise River Greenbelt Trail

Bud Porter Pathway

Diane & Winston Moore Pathway

Federal Way Multi-Use Path

Five Mile Pathway

Hyatt Hidden Lakes Reserve Trail

Julius M. Kleiner Memorial Park Trails

Kathryn Albertson Park

Meridian Loop Pathway

Optimist Youth Sports Complex Trail

Ridenbaugh Pathway

Route 44 Trail

Surprise Way Multi-Use Path

Toxel Way Pathway



The Boise, Idaho area has an exceptional system of trails along the Boise River known as the Boise River Greenbelt. This system of paved and unpaved trails meander through town. offering a nice lunchtime getaway, a great weekend bike ride or a way to commute to the downtown area or Boise State University. 

The community of Meridian also has several pathways for bike riding, walking and running, with more paths in the planning stages.

Boise River Greenbelt

The Boise River Greenbelt trail system consists of a number of separate paved and unpaved trails that span 20 miles from Lucky Peak State Recreation Area, located east of the city, to almost all the way to Eagle Road, Highway 55 south of the community of Eagle.

The trails travel near or through multiple parks, across golf courses, past the Boise Zoo, past multiple ponds and open spaces, past Boise State University and Willow Lane Athletic Complex.

Read more about the Boise River Greenway Trail System

Ann Morrison Park & Kathryn Albertson Park Walking Loops

Ann Morrison Park is located in the heart of Boise. It is just northeast of Boise State University campus and just south of Interstate 184. The park offers several trails, one of which is essentially part of the Boise River Greenbelt Trail system. The park offers parking, river frontage, baseball fields and water features. 

Kathryn Albertson Park is directly across Americana Boulevard from Ann Morrison Park. It also has walking loops for some outdoor exercise. This park has ponds a gazebo and shady areas with lots of trees.

Federal Way Multi-Use Path

S. Federal Way has a 5.28-mile long paved bike / pedestrian path that runs adjacent to the northeast side of the roadway. The path spans from S. Capitol Boulevard to E. Lake Forest Drive. the path provides a safer route for cyclists heading into the downtown area from the south parts of town. The north end of the Federal Way Multi-Use Path is located near the Boise State University Campus and just a few blocks from the Boise River Greenway Trail.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the recreational trails for bike riding, running and walking in Boise, Idaho.