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definitely not what is shown in the pictures ! I have been here many times

snowshoeing
17 days ago

walking
21 days ago

OK midcity walking, but don't get your hopes up.

hiking
28 days ago

amazing views

nature trips
1 month ago

This is a paved trail in the heart of Spokane. It is a great spot for walking, jogging, or riding a bike. There are nice views of the Spokane River. There is ample parking nearby.

This network of trails and bridges takes you though Spokane's Riverfront Park. The are outstanding views of the river, including calm areas, rapids, and various falls. Nearby, there are shopping malls, a theater, and an ice skating rink. The trail is paved, and passable all year round. This is a great place for a hike, jogging, or an evening stroll.

First hike in Spokane and using this app. Went in January with a lot of snow, but Trail was still accessible. Beautiful views. Easy enough for our kids. Suspension bridge is cool!

Riverside State Park is one of my Favorite places to go for a day hike/walk. They are pet friendly, the views are great and the terrain is easy to navigate if you are just starting or have little ones. Camping is great there as well! Don't forget to get your Discover Pass and go check this Park out!

snowshoeing
1 month ago

I did this hike today with snowshoes. It was a very frosty January day. The fresh snow was about 4 to 6 inches on the south-facing trails, and was a couple of feet in places on the north-facing slopes. This is a great place for snowshoeing. I will definitely come back in fairer weather.

Walked through deep snow from John Shields park. It was quite a workout. It's a great walk close to home. View at the top is great; you can see Spokane Valley on one side and downtown Spokane and north Spokane on the other.

Did this hike a couple of days ago. It can be hiked or snow shoes. Beautiful views of all the snow covered trees. Thank you to one of my fellow hikers who found one of my Yak Traks and brought it back down to the trailhead.

2 months ago

did this trek a second time but followed the GPS map on here and it looped in the opposite direction for a little shorter walk.