Rocks of Sharon Trail is a 6.8 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 September.
Incredibly beautiful view at the top, overlooking the Palouse/Steptoe Butte, The backside of the trail has a lovely view of Mica Peak.
According to my GPS the loop we took from Stevens Creek Trail up to the rocks, down to Iller Creek, back up to the rocks and back down to the Stevens Creek trailhead was an 8.5 mile loop. It's a steep climb up, the trails are pretty chewed up on the backside coming up due to the amount of water flowing - but it's incredible! Highly recommend it!
watch out for dog poop and a little mud was a great hike loved the views
Great hike! Some snow still, but we did it.
The rocks are cool to explore and climb on.They say this is 6.8 miles but I stretched it into 10 miles by taking lots of little side trips. Lots of area to explore.
Good easy hike. Has a nice view at the top. Some rocks for rock climbing as well. Well marked trail.
Gorgeous! The fall leaves are beautiful
Beautiful hike today.
The leaves are changing and it's so pretty! First time here. Can't wait to do it in the snow.
Great hike. Be sure to wear tennis or hiking shoes for the incline. Beautiful views!
The views at the top were amazing!