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Antoine Peak via Emerald Necklace is a 4.6 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Spokane, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, horses, mountain biking, and snowshoeing and is best used from April until October. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 4.6 mi Elevation gain 921 ft Route type Loop
Dogs on leash Hiking Horseback riding Mountain biking Snowshoeing Forest Views Wild flowers Wildlife Snow
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Please note: road to trailhead may close seasonally. Please research prior to your visit.

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Jim Hanley
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HikingGreat!

This is a great trail. Moderate is the correct rating. My wife and I truly enjoyed this hike!

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PAM PATTERSON
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Chad Goodwin
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MJ Mousseau
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Janet Rhodes
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Hiking

Nice short hike on a rainy day. Wide trail (Tower Rd).

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JILL STEPHENSON
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Hiking

Wide, flat road. It would be great for horses, bikes (I think they are allowed?) and families with children, and pet owners with dogs. As far as a hiking trail it was only okay. The view at the top looks out over Spokane valley. Porti-potty and water in the parking lot. Pretty easy, gentle incline to the summit.

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Jeremy Wissing
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Bradley Ward
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Shannon White
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jacob yeo
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Chris Johnson
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Hiking

probably won't do this again. this particular trail on the app is overgrown if you follow it. very bad. views of the area are nice, but overall, not worth a second trip. maybe you will feel differently!

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Irwin H
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Carol Williams
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Hiking

lovely. can be as short or as long as you desire. lots of shade trees for summer treks.

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Naniloa Paikuli
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Hiking

We liked this trail! Heavily wooded and fairly secluded. We had our dogs on leashes and only ran in to two people. Lots of horse poop on trail but easy to step around. We hammocked at the top but it was somewhat hard to find trees close enough.

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Giuliana Distefano
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HikingMuddy

Decent hike. Better to hike. Not a lot of scenery but you can get a good workout in !

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Tommie Kessler
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Hiking

This is an okay trail. I prefer views that aren’t cluttered with buildings. I want to see more nature in the vistas.

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Michael Cioffi
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J.J. Linkovich
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Michael G
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Hiking

Beautiful clear day and could see mountains and lakes. Lots of wildflowers and spotted a slithering harmless snake.

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Bradley Adkins
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Renae Severn
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Hiking

Great trail hike for the family. Never knew this area existed in spokane.

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Cindy Speers
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Hiking

Great hike! We did the summit route,get for your bootie!

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Lindsey Johnson
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Hiking

This trail is beautiful. it's an easy hike without any steep elevation change. This time of year (End of April) there's flowers blooming everywhere. a lot of people take horses here, so you need to be ok with farm animal smells and watch for poop. also popular for mountain biking, so be aware and dont get run over

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Kira Jean
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Hiking

I wish there were more scenic spots, but overall still very green and nice. You're mainly hiking up a service road so it's very wide and dusty, but good for groups. It was a nice challenge when kept at a moderate to quick pace :)

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Serena McPherson
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Hiking

Wonderful views! 5 miles. Did it with 5 elementary kids. Go up the dotted black trail on map for shortest way to necklace. If you start up the north side of necklace, you’ll be going downhill for the steepest elevation gain if you take a little shortcut from the peak instead of following the east side of the necklace trail. Great views and the peak is worth it.

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charlene williams
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Jessica McLaughlin
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This is one of my favorite trails to come back to time and time again. Several snow and ice patches on the trail on the hill’s north side. Passable however. Mosquitoes big as horses in these snowy areas. Beginning April 13, Forker south of Bigelow will be closed so west trailhead will likely only be accessible coming from Bigelow.

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Julie Ann
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Hiking

Always one of my favorites. Little muddy, not too bad. No ice.

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