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Hangman Park Loop is a 3.6 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Spokane, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for walking, nature trips, and bird watching and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length 3.6 mi Elevation gain 554 ft Route type Out & Back

Dogs on leash

Kid friendly

Nature trips

Walking

Bird watching

Forest

Views

Wild flowers

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Love my neighborhood trails!! The trails are great for walks/hikes, trail running and training for longer day hikes. The best part of this trail system is that you can make them as intense or as long you want.

Mariah Yanney
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Morgan m.
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Muddy

Lovely trail, or trails I guess. Started on this trail and easily wondered off to a new trail. There are dozens of trails intertwined in this area and nothing is marked so it's extremely easy to get lost. With the app and/or a compass you'll be able to get back to the parking lot eventually.

Scotty Poehland
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awesome spot. good little nature walk and a few good single track runs to ride

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tiana taylor
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cool scenery, random beat up cars. nice hike!

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Anne Wige
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Hiking

should be rated moderate due to hill grade on the return. bad parking area. not isolated. good view but power lines, highway and private homes included. close to city for easy access. many small trails to explore.

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William Denton
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beautiful walk/hike

Kayden Gilmore
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Hiking

Trail is super narrow but very pretty. Still some snow in the wooded areas and quite muddy in areas.

david delong
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Waste of an hour. It's nowhere near the creek. Just another side-hill then featureless walk in the withered forest.

Marcus Bolam
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Hiking

We hiked up and through the latah creek trail and found the river to be very pretty. the trails run all over the hillside so there are plenty of options to hike around in. There are some cool features that make the hike especially interesting.

PhLo M
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Hiking

This trail is especially cool because in no way does it end with the out-and-back shown. It connects in many places with the High Drive Parkway Trail, extending its reach dramatically.

Kate Rau
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I want to amend my review from 3 stars to 4 (can't edit, for some reason). It's really lovely trail that is very accessible from town. The first half mile or so (?) is along a very steep hillside; the trail itself isn't steep, but it's narrow and if you slip, you'll roll all the way down to the creek. Once it opens up it's a lovely meander through stands of ponderosa pines and wild-flower filled meadows. We saw a beaver swimming; the mosquitos are roving in gangs down by the creek. Would be easy to get "lost", but if you just make your way back to the trail nearest Latah Creek, you'll make your way back to the trail head. We parked in the culdesac on E. Meadow Lane rd; got the stink-eye from some homeowners, but we paid them no mind. ;)

Kate Rau
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Big tree down across trail within first 100 yards or so, would be almost impossible for the not-so-nimble to get over. Trail is pretty narrow along a steep hillside w little to no room to move aside should you need to; had a runner literally plow over my dog because he (runner) wouldn't slow down long enough for us to find a spot to move aside. All that said, it's a lovely trail with lots of wildflowers and beautiful views of peaceful Latah Creek. I'd do it again for the views alone.

David Barnard
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This review is for James T Slavin Conservation Area. it is a beautiful 3.5 mile nature walk with close to no elevation change. The trail follows the perimeter of a large pond and is great for viewing birds. in winter and spring the trail can be a little flooded in spots, but is traversable for the avid nature lover.

D H
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First to Review

It's a nice area. Didn't see anyone the whole time I was there. Lots of oyster shells. The highway was close and detracted from the experience. Also there are lots off private houses by the river and a petroleum line that ruins inn the area which I thought was odd. So overall a nice place but just didn't make me fell like I was back to nature.

Clive Os
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Nicole Bond
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mary cooper
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whitney lane
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Sadie Kingrey
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Andy Mitchell
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Michael P.
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Joelle Rumsey
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Sadie Kingrey
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Wendy Seignemartin
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Em Parson
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D B.
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Rich Davis
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