Summit road was closed, so it tacked on another few miles. Beautiful views.

hiking
muddy
snow
6 days ago

My favorite trail so far. It is a gradual ascent that was not difficult. There was still snow and mud in places but it did not detract from the hike. The view at the top was absolutely amazing!

running
9 days ago

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!

hiking
snow
9 days ago

The view at the top is so worth it. Very little people on the trail. Still lots of packed snow towards the ascent. But pretty easy to maneuver

hiking
bugs
icy
muddy
off trail
snow
11 days ago

hiking
blowdown
bugs
over grown
snow
12 days ago

5/24/20: Make sure to download the map to your phone before heading to Mt Spokane as there’s no service at the trail head and very little in the hike. Unfortunately I forgot and therefore wasn’t able to record almost half our hike. The Kit Carson loop part was really nice, but once you break from that, it got really difficult. The incline drastically increases which would have been okay, if the trail wasn’t covered in downed trees. Once you get to the clearing near the summit, there’s some REALLY awesome views from the rocks that make it worth it. After the summit though it’s about 2 more miles through snow which we didn’t expect and were definitely not prepared for. When we were there, there was about a 1.5’ of snow still on the ground. It disappeared again though after 2-3 miles of the return trail. When you get off Kit Carson, make sure to follow the blue diamonds to find your way. With all the downed trees and snow, the trail is almost invisible but they’ll keep you on the right path until you need to get on trail 110.

Lovely trail, however it is still covered in snow and ice this early in the season. Spots that are not covered in snow are quite muddy. Easy to slip on the way down so just be mindful. Great views at the top!!

hiking
icy
muddy
snow
19 days ago

Just hiked this yesterday. Highly recommend boots and snow shoes for the last mile or so otherwise risk sinking up to 2 feet in some places. Absolutely gorgeous photo opportunities.

Great, easy spring hike. Still a fair amount of snow and mud, but not too deep to walk on. Had to take the road to the top instead of the side trail. Views at the top are well worth the trek. Head out early and you won't encounter too many other people.

hiking
icy
muddy
snow
20 days ago

Nice fun hike. Still has snow most of the way. Anyone over 200lbs be ready to post hole a lot lol. It’s like walking in sand uphill. So worth the views. Go early and you won’t see many people. Sunsets would be amazing from here as well.

This was an absolutely beautiful hike! However, there is still alot of snow and muddy water on the trails (5/11/2020), so make sure to bring boots. I tried getting to Mt. Spokane summit as well, however even tho it was 65° at the bottom, it was still freezing cold up top. make sure to download maps and keep an eye out for the blue diamonds on the trees to guide you through several snow covered parts.

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