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Tour Boise State University – Boise Idaho – Virtual Walking Trails for Treadmill – 4K City Walks

Today in our Virtual Walking Trails for Treadmill you will be walking around the Boise State University campus just next to downtown Boise Idaho. Boise State University is a public research university in Boise, Idaho. It was Founded in 1932 by the Episcopal Church. It became an independent junior college in 1934 and it has been awarding baccalaureate and master’s degrees since 1965. The 120 acre campus has about 170 buildings and we see many of them.

We road tripping through on our way to the west coast and stopped to see some friends. It was incredibly hot! The next morning, however, was beautiful and pleasant and I decided to film a walking tour around the BSU campus. If you are looking for the best things to do in Boise or what’s so cool about Boise, ID, well, Boise State has to be on the list.

Situated just across the beautiful and serene Boise River from downtown, the campus is beautiful and well kept. The would also make a great place to walk as it has a lovely sylvan trail that follows its path. On the campus though, there’s the massive Albertson’s Stadium for football with its blue turf and the ExtraMile Arena for indoor events. There’s also the old and new halls and buildings. The Boise River has a wonderful Boise Greenbelt that runs fro 25 miles along the river with cycle ways and bridges and water access. There are several other parks in the area as well. We had a quiet morning and not many people were out because the school was out of session. We start at Capitol and River St intersection and end at the Friendship Bridge over the Boise River.

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