Three Peaks Loop is a 13.9 mile loop trail located near Mead, Washington that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Length13.9 miElevation gain3,280 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashHikingMountain bikingSnowshoeingBird watchingRunningForestLakeViewsWildflowersWildlifeSnowFee
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The Discover Pass is required for vehicular entrance to this park. An Annual Pass costs $30 and a Day Pass is $10.

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melissa Strickland
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wet day out there.. easy going incline and path

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Kylee Larson
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Hiked on 6/27/2020. The weather was nice, area was shaded in the first half. Good incline for the first 4-5 miles. Views from each peak were okay... but I’m not into seeing city views on a nature hike. VERY POPULATED. Too many people for my liking. Not a bad hike but not amazing.

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Kevin Lewis
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Fun, tough hike to do all three peaks! Wildflowers are still in bloom, and huckleberries are out. I managed to hit 16.7 miles. Not really sure how that happened.

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Linda Hanin Sanders
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Kyra McComas
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Hiked 6/21. Lovely! Breeze kept the bugs down. Only a couple tiny patches of snow at the very top of Mount Spokane. Saw a deer on trail 130 between Day Mountain and Mount Spokane. A few bikers but all warned me of others. Would recommend for a long, but not too tough, day hike (17 miles total)!

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Ryan Platz
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Might want to call my review that of the "Two Peaks loop", as the snow didn't let me and my trailrunning shoes try Mt. Spokane. Great trails! A little tricky to navigate at the 2 mile mark, as a few trails run parallel... just use your GPS/map! At about 3.5 miles, had to run through snow. Lots of snow just before the top of Kit Carson & between Day/Kit Carson, had to run on top of about 2 feet, falling in a few times. When I got to the top of both peaks, the sun had melted everything and the views were glorious! Love this place, could sit up there for hours; however, the moose poop & fresh tracks told me to do otherwise. Will do all three in a few weeks!

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Nick Crooks
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This hike, as laid out by AllTrails is actually about 15.7 miles. Very good hike with a lot of beautiful views that make the elevation gain worthwhile.

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Stephen Heath
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Lots of different options on this route... don’t forget to pop over to Beauty Mountain for a fourth named peak!

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Tim McGillicuddy
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We hiked this on 7/13/19 and much prefer the other side (trail 120) of the road. This side is dusty until you get up higher and set up for mountain bikes with many berms.

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Jeff Aaseby
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One of the kids blew out their rim. other than that good ride. Never made the full ride.

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Troy Gonzaga
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was a great hike. still a bit of snow on the trail but not enough to make us turn back. great way to start hiking season

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Ak Rosebud
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Such a wonderful hike!! We clocked in at 15 miles which took about 6 hours. Big props the person that wrote the directions for this hike!

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Sandra Jo
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Trail 131 to 130 to 140 from lower Selkirk lot. Service road to Mt Kit Carson trail closed. The top of Mt Spokane on Trail 140 still snow covered and impassable without snowshoes. We turned around where 140 hit the service road, which is also closed and snow covered at that point. I think a southern exposure route would be clear all the way to the top.

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Amanda Amanda M
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Started with Mt Spokane trail, starting at the Selkirk parking lot. Went to Kit Carson and then out to Day Mt and down to the road back to the cabin. Downed trees have been removed and trails were nice. passed several bikers and other hikers.

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T V
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hiked Mount Spokane today, it was about 76 degrees and the wind was blowing from the east which was nice due to our route we decided to take. My buddy and I parked at the second parking lot at around 3800 feet and instead of using the trails we walked up on Mt Spokane Park Dr until we reached the next parking lot. We wanted to appreciate the view so we decided to do our trip with this approach. We also had a map from the ranger station which was really helpful which I would recommend everyone do since it is an essential item. We then continued on Mt Spokane Park Dr heading North until we reached the ski lifts. We started the ascent heading west around 1030 from the ski lift and followed the line up the ski slopes. We followed the Hour Glass route which according to the sign is the hardest descent for skiers. We then hit the North Summit Rd and followed the hard ball until we hit trail 140 and took it to the summit. The approach from the ski slope made the trip worth it since we were on the east side of the summit and it had more of a view. Since the slopes are not maintained as often, you may have to do some bushwacking and on the spot route selection to avoid bushes and obstacles. If you do this route, bring extra sun screen and keep an eye on the weather.

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Jonah Pauline
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We had a blast trying to figure this trail out! After finding out we went in a circle on one of the many cross country ski trails we made our way towards quartz trail. Tip: if you're looking for the lookout at the top of the mountain, just follow the dirt road that almost looks paved. Your last chance to get on this road is from the Nova Hut where the bathrooms are just at the entrance to Quartz. It's a steep mile or two from the nova station to the lookout but well worth the burn once you get to soak in the 360 Degree view of the whole area! Beautiful!

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Wandering Cheri
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Great place to hike/trail run with one exception....mountain bikers. Don't get me wrong I don't hate all mountain bikers but the ones with little disregard for trails or hikers are not my favs. I have helped build or fix trails in the past and the damage the non nature loving bikers do is horrid. Anyhow, there are many great trails on Mt Spokane and you spend all day hiking and put in plenty of miles. All trails are fairly easy and depending on day you go you may not see another human being!

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Channing Smith
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Make no mistake about it, this is a grueling day hike if you decide to conquer it in one day. Make sure to wait later in the summer when it is dry. We tackled it earlier in the summer, and had to trudge through several feet of snow near the top. The views are great, however, and we felt extremely accomplished when we finally limped back to our car.

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Kole Smith
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Matthew Harvey
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Marissa Elsinghorst
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Kevin Lewis
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Myla Hummel
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Marissa Elsinghorst
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David Korver
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Mike Vertullo
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Brian Royer
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Randall Dickinson
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Ryan Platz
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