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3 Best Hiking Trails in Spokane, WA

Expert recommended Top 3 Hiking Trails in Spokane, Washington. All of our hiking trails actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve only the best!

RIVERSIDE STATE PARK

4427 N Aubrey L White Pkwy, Spokane, WA 99205 DIRECTIONS

Since 1933

Here’s The Deal:
Riverside State Park occupies an area of over 10,000 hectares. The park has two rivers and majestic mountain ranges of basalt. Park visitors are welcome to enjoy any of the following activities; RV Resorts and Campgrounds. The trail system of Riverside State Park provides hikes for all ages and abilities, with single-track paths and two-track fire roads. The park gives tourists two rivers worth accessing water and leisure activities, with several different access points. They have two first-come, first-served picnic shelters and 30 unsheltered picnic tables. The park has a 600-acre off-road vehicle site for bikes and snowmobiles and has more than 37 miles for biking on the monument trail. The park spans 9,000 acres and offers 55 miles of hiking trails, 25 miles of horse trails, 600 acres of ORV special terrain, camping, and some of the Spokane region's most beautiful scenary, including two rivers and towering basalt rock formations.

SPECIALTY:
Hiking, Wildlife, Snowshoeing, Cross-Country Skiing, Boating, Rock Climbing, Snow Play, Fishing (Freshwater), Mountain Biking, Watercraft Launches(3), Horseback Riding, Horse Trails, Waterskiing, Snowmobiling, White-Water Kayaking, Rock Climbing & Interpretive Activities

Price: Parking: $10

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April 1-Oct 31: 6:30am - 6pm
Nov 1-Mar 31: 8am - 6pm

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LITTLE SPOKANE RIVER NATURAL AREA

5626 West Rutter Parkway, Spokane, WA 99208 DIRECTIONS

Since 2002

Here’s The Deal:
Little Spokane River Natural Area is a 600-acre off-road vehicle riding area for motorbikes and mountain bikes and 37-kilometer walking along the Centennial Trail and several more miles on other There is a large park with great biodiversity in many natural areas. The Little Spokane river runs along the painted rock trail. Nine Mile Recreation Area has two docks and a boat ramp. Little Spokane Campground has 11 natural sites with a boat launch and a day-use area. The Landscape features hiking trails through marshy bogs & forests with various birds and other wildlife. The road can cross the water, the parking area will be around 1000 feet, and the trailhead. The park has an excellent atmosphere and environment.

SPECIALTY:
Hiking, Wild Flowers, Road Biking, Snowshoeing, Running, Boating, Mountain, Walking, Nature and Wildlife Areas, Birding, Forest Lake & Paddle Sports

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ILLER CREEK CONSERVATION AREA

9001 East Holman Road, Spokane, WA 99206 DIRECTIONS

Here’s The Deal:
Iller Creek Conservation Area is a two-mile hike that takes nearly two hours to finish with Fido. Visitors can walk around the Spokane River's edge with a spectacular view of the Spokane River and the Palouse. It has more than 1,159 acres of picturesque, high-quality natural environment available at this unit for passive leisure activities, such as bird watching. The park is 966 acres of trails and habitat on the eastern flanks of the towering mountain, including monoliths of granite famous with mountaineers and different season creeks. Iller Creek maintains a magnificent five-mile loop consisting of lush shaded forest and a ridgeline ramble with exceptional vistas. While walking on the trails, you can discover a lot of history. The trail goes along the ridge down to the Dishman mica side of the trail. The Iller Creek Trailhead is the access point along with the Stevens Creek Trailhead. Sprawling natural area with 1,000 acres of mountain trails, creeks & granite monoliths for climbing.

SPECIALTY:
Hiking, River, Parks, Snowshoeing, Forest, Birding, Rock Climbing, Mountain Biking, Snow, Wild Flowers, Nature Trips, Dogs on Leash, Running, Outdoor Activities & Walking

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