Minehaha Loop Trail is a 2.9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Spokane, Washington that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from March until October.
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.
Lots of room, walked 3 dogs, seen lots of Mountain bikes. went about 3 miles,
Great view of valley.
Geat steep hike going up the path we took, rocky, only took an hour total. Nice view.
The trail is very rocky in spots and can be confusing at times. Stay alert because it's hard to tell trail from erosion, and the trail leads to several climbing spots but just stop. It was a fun place to explore and figure out the good trails to take and what ones were dead ends. Have fun exploring here.
The spot they show is in residential area. I think this hike is north of the river near beacon and the dam. That area is great for hiking.