There are miles and miles of interlinking trails, not just the one on this app. Highest points and easy access at High Drive or 57th or Hatch. You can descend about 500 feet. Lots of wild flowers and wild life. Be aware coyotes, owls, Hawks and eagles there. Also ticks. Beautiful trails in the middle of the city - how lucky for those who live in Spokane!
Wonderful narrow trail. Has beautiful stretches with a great view of the Palouse highway. The trail is more of a series of trails that can be confusing at time so be careful what you may this is a trail may just be an old water runoff spot. Overall the trail is one to experience just be ready to walk/hike up some hills to get back to the road. :)
Relatively easy generally. This trail should be called a trail system rather than a single trail. Accessability is from east (above) and their are numerous points of entry from the city street also named High Drive. The hill side is 7 or so miles long and perhaps 2 miles wide at the widest. Bordered on the east by High Drive Street, on the west by Hangman (Latah) Creek and the Qualchan Golf Course. Private land to the north and south.
Fairly easy footpath with no real challenging steeps. Mountain bikers are an occaisional hazard but mostly polite trail positional allowances prevail. Dogs love the area so a grass-roots effort has been initiated to provide poop bags and disposal buckets. Honor system seems to be working and donations are accepted to provide this, private citizen based, service. Signs are posted.
The conditions are dense to sparse forest to open grass fields on a steep hill-side with numerous criss crossing trails. The view of the Qualchan valley and golf course are spectacular and vast! At some points the view is allows 10 miles unobstructed to the west and a 40 mile panorama north to south.