Looking for a great trail in Mount Spokane State Park, Washington? AllTrails has 21 great hiking trails, running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. Ready for some activity? There are 10 moderate trails in Mount Spokane State Park ranging from 1.5 to 11 miles and from 3,891 to 5,853 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

hiking

forest

views

wildlife

nature trips

wild flowers

dogs on leash

bird watching

running

walking

horseback riding

kid friendly

mountain biking

dog friendly

snowshoeing

backpacking

Mount Spokane State Park is a 13,919-acre camping park in the Selkirk Mountains. The view at the top of the 5,883-foot elevation includes surrounding states and Canada. The forested park features stands of old-growth timber and granite rock outcroppings. In winter, the park receives 300 inches of snow.

snowshoeing
18 days ago

Snowshoeing needs to be removed from the keyword list for this trail. It is misleading. This trail shares access with the cross country ski trails and snowshoeing is NOT allowed.

hiking
blowdown
snow
1 month ago

Put my snowshoes on at the Y where 131 & 132 split. Quite a few blow downs to crawl over or around, but that just adds to the excitement! Socked in at the top. Only saw one other couple on this brisk 27* day, it was soooooo quiet! Will definitely be back to explore more trails!

hiking
blowdown
2 months ago

Fun hike, good elevation gain for a quick leg pump. Parts of the trail on the app is not a trail. You have to go a little more distance. Gets dark quick be ready.

hiking
icy
snow
2 months ago

A little snowy and icy still. Would be nice to have to have little spikes. Nice hike, really enjoyed it!

Great trail. There were some icy spots

It was foggy in Spokane so the fam and I decided try and get out of it. Man we’re we in for a treat, got up to the trail and nothing but blue sky’s and warm sun... was still 38 degrees but so beautiful, didn’t run in to and one else walking, you could smell the evergreens, and my girls found deer tracks. Nice quick trail to get out

hiking
blowdown
icy
muddy
snow
2 months ago

I started this hike at the parking lot below Summit Road and began the ascent towards Bald Knob Campground. The trails were in bad shape from having been frozen rapidly. Ice crystals shot up out of the ground, making walking on trail a little difficult as the ice would occasionally collapse. It would be really easy to twist an ankle on this terrain. There is a huge tree down across the trail once on trail 130 just after Deadman Creek before the campground. I was able to climb over it, but had to get my pants wet in the process. After the campground, continuing on trail 130 to the Cooks Cabin, the trail was a mix of snow covered, ice crystals and mud. My goal was to get to the summit, but my pace was slow and I was running out of daylight. I turned around at the Cooks Cabin, hiked back to the campground and had lunch. From there I walked Summit Road back to my car, where I left my trekking poles in the parking lot. Let me know if you find them.

hiking
snow
2 months ago

The Kit Carson summit boasts an impressive view. It's well worth the moderate hike. Right now, the trail is snow-covered the whole way, but there's no need for snowshoes or other gear.

Shallow snow and icy spots in the shaded areas today, but overall still good trail conditions. View is absolutely worth it.

hiking
icy
muddy
snow
2 months ago

I arrived at the parking lot below the Summit Road around noon on this birthday Wednesday. No one else was on trail today. I walked leisurely for the first mile of trail before the ascent to the lookout. The grade was pretty easy. The trail was a mix of muddy ice and frozen ground, but not too bad. The fall colors were beautiful. The lookout was boarded up for the winter, so I wasn't able to go up on the deck, but the view from the quartz outcropping was a nice lunch spot.

hiking
snow
3 months ago

Alright hike. The view on top was cloudy and couldn’t see. Lots of snow at top. But was still able to hike through with just Norma hiking boots. Snow wasn’t icy or wet.

Great trail for kids and dogs. Well maintained. Beautiful forest. No big vistas or viewpoints but still lots of pretty stuff to see in the woods. I think this distance is shorter than the actual hike and it’s definitely on the easy side of moderate.

Hiked this trail about a month ago. It is an easy well-marked trail to the top with beautiful views!

hiking
blowdown
muddy
snow
3 months ago

hiking
blowdown
snow
3 months ago

Completed on 10/6/19: Due to the recent snowfall, there were about 6 inches of snow on the trail. The views at the top are beautiful. I would recommend bringing poles and microspikes.

hiking
3 months ago

Well maintained and marked. Ran into 4 people, keep in mind, it was a work day.

hiking
3 months ago

Great view at the top!

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