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Trail 25 and Centennial Trail is a 3.7 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Spokane, Washington that features a river and is good for all skill levels. 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.

Length 3.7 mi Elevation gain 321 ft Route type Loop

Dogs on leash

Camping

Hiking

Horseback riding

Mountain biking

Walking

Running

Forest

Partially paved

River

Views

Wild flowers

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Reviews (278)
Photos (427)
Recordings (227)
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Hannah Rosenthal
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Hiking

Beautiful trail! Best if you go out early to avoid crowds.

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Jess Garris
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Nice and cool, and very fun to bike with kids.

Ellen Bower
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Hiking

Nice and cool along the river.

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Mike Driggs
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Mountain biking

Great day. Taking the trail that wraps around centennial has a real nice easy fast ride

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JASON SAMSON
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Hiking

First time out-of-state visitor. Hit trail early morning after a previous days rain and wasn’t muddy at all. Beautiful scenic overlooks. Suspension bridge over the Spokane River was really cool.

Ashley Alley
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Hiking

Really good trail. Despite heavy rains yesterday, the trail wasn’t terribly muddy, which was awesome. Lots of off-shoots/interconnecting trails to check out so don’t feel obligated to stick to this specific loop.

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Mike Pettey
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Hiking

Half of this is paved road and half is dirt and rock. There is a difficult rocky stretch where many will have to walk their bikes - but outside of that, it’s fairly easy. There are some decent elevation changes so be mindful that it isn’t a flat ride. Great views from up top.

Michael Henry
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Hiking

Fun hike. Lots of pavement but good views make it worthwhile. Saw several deer and lots of birds. Easy for dogs.

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Amanda Schuh
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Horseback ridingRocky
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Melinda Brommer
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Hiking

Did not enjoy. Most was on the centennial trail and a road with cars.

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Jordon Field
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HikingRocky

My dumb ass got lost in the transition to trail 25, but I found it eventually. Had a great time even though the weather was a little rainy. Nice trail overall, just a little rocky towards the end.

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tiana taylor
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Hiking

about half of the trial is walking along side a road which we didn’t really fancy so we took a longer route which was nice and was pretty much right next to the regular trail the whole time. A very beautiful area!

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Joel Setzer
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Road bikingOff trailRocky

This is not a suitable road bike trail whatsoever. I made the drive thinking this was something other than what I’ve hiked previously. After riding around the entire Bowl and Pitcher camp grounds and surrounding trails there is zero indication that I can take my road bike anywhere near this place other than the roads and parking lots for the cars that park and drive through. If this is solely intended for mountain biker then it needs to be indicated as such and not misleading with the “road bike” tag. The only place to actually ride would be on the Gun range road which doesn’t have any bike lanes and has plenty of drop off the make any rider with a car passing on the left have a near death experience. Also anything pertaining cycling is definitely not kid friendly. A big, “helllll nahhh” from this road cyclist.

Tess Weaver
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Hiking

Really cool bridge and a cool place that I always take people who are visiting from out of town. It is sure to wow your guests or just be a great reliable walk/hike.

Anastasia Babnick
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HikingNo shadeRocky

Most of it was road with no shade, and the begining area has a lot of loose rocks so not very stable to walk on especially if you have a baby in a hiking carrier.

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Jack Peaphon
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Hiking

Great hike, I was visiting Spokane so I took an Uber from my hotel downtown to Bowl and Pitcher. I started by taking Trail 25 to the right of the bridge. Ended up taking a longer loop than what is shown above (did 8.5 miles). Followed more of Trail 25 than the Centennial Trail to be more wooded versus a sun-drenched paved road. The views on the river side are beautiful, the backside of the trail definitely has more elevation changes. Bring sunscreen and bug spray for sure. I went on a Tuesday afternoon and only passed a handful of people.

Sydney Shafer
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Hiking

The trail itself was great! However make sure to bring mosquito repellent! I had to turn around because I was getting swarmed!

Gina Peterson
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Hiking

Too much asphalt

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Jenn Tervo
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Hiking

Love hiking here

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Kalli Dean
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Great hike!

Lin Marie
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Hiking

great trail for hiking

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Jacob Hollifield
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Erynne von Olnhausen
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HikingMuddySnow

Thick mud in places, a little snow here or there, but overall, my dog and I had a blast. We went right after the bridge to enjoy the river, and after the first mile, had the trail to ourselves. Only complaint is, what’s up with all the dog poop? Nobody picks up anymore??

Jaden Friedle
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HikingSnow

Instead of going the traditional route that this suggests, I took a right immediately after the bridge and stayed on trail 25 almost the whole way. I also took trail 211 for a small portion. There is a lot of different ways to map out trails. I would use the map on here to decide which trails you want to go to. It is a fairly easy hike. It is currently January though so there is snow about 3/4ths of trail 25 and some slippery ice. I don’t recommend taking the centennial trail like this recommends because it is paved (unless you are looking for a paved trail. Route 25 stays along the river while the centennial trail does not so it is also more beautiful.

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Taylor Caires
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I lost my keys today on this trail :/ if you find them can you please turn them into the ranger station?

christen soria
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Hiking

Crowded on the weekends, but great id-week and early in the am..

Sabrina Wingren
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Loved the bridge, water was high and fabulous. Easy enough for kids, great scenery, but busy! There was no pavement in this trail, that is on the bowl and pitcher trail.

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