So happy to see this area being developed for hiking so close to town. This trail’s first mile is my favorite with beautiful meanderings through forest, reminding me of the western side of the Iller creek loop. After the first mile you have crossed over the top of Dishman hill to the eastern side and you are on an old road as you descend through grassy meadows in the sun for the next mile. The loop in the middle section as you return up the hill to the west is not necessary, and in fact one side of it is very steep. Note the topo and elevation to assess whether you want to take that section. Today was dry, but with much rain, the terrain would be very slippery and good shoes a must. I ended my 6 miles by wandering out of the Blue Bell loop from the parking lot. It was a nice level add on to get my mileage up to 6 miles.

mountain biking
8 days ago

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

This is beautiful but beware if you're on a bike. This loop uses trails marked No Bikes.

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.

Most of trail was overgrown so wear long pants and bring bug repellant.

We liked this trail! Heavily wooded and fairly secluded. We had our dogs on leashes and only ran in to two people. Lots of horse poop on trail but easy to step around. We hammocked at the top but it was somewhat hard to find trees close enough.

Nice hike, liked when it became actual trail instead of gravel road.

Beautiful trail both various different views . we took longer than needed ,taking pictures of all the spring wild life

my sister and I enjoyed our walk. It was a really nice view and a good trail EXCEPT we both found ticks on our clothing after.

Really pretty trail. Gorgeous views of the river and the woods. Mostly flat, but the few hills are quite steep. There’s tons of other trails along the way, so make sure you have a map. Also, watch out for coyotes and moose.

hiking
bugs
1 month ago

Pretty trail, lots of views, but full of ticks at the end of May.

Nice easy hike. Not my favorite kind of hike, I prefer a little more elevation change, tree cover, and some form of water throughout the hike. Lots of beautiful flowers, plenty of birds for viewing, and we even saw a snake. The first gravel road path has beautiful views of the city. When you turn off the gravel the trail narrows and in spots you go through thick and high grass and bushes. We managed to not get any ticks. Overall nice walk.

hiking
bugs
1 month ago

Great time hiking with my boys, but watch for ticks. We came home with 20+ latched onto pants, shirts, pack and our dog.

1 month ago

glad we did this, but one and done.

mountain biking
bugs
1 month ago

Nice easy walk. Flat. You can stay on main and turn around 1/2 way through or venture off onto the little trail that takes you into the woods and loops you back to main road. Pretty view of the city.

Beautiful, decently well-maintained, and not overly crowded. Easy to maintain social distancing with just a little effort. Lots of fun side trails, but use caution - a female moose walked out less than 10 feet in front of us! She seemed unbothered, but we made sure to walk a good distance before snapping a quick picture.

Decent hike. Better to hike. Not a lot of scenery but you can get a good workout in !

hiking
off trail
1 month ago

Loads of wildflowers. I got there at 6am and saw very few people. Fairly clearly marked, only got thrown off by the private property. Good leg workout.

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.

This is an okay trail. I prefer views that aren’t cluttered with buildings. I want to see more nature in the vistas.

Trail accessible from Spokane Transit stop with 20 minute walk in. Enjoyed the middle trails for getting away from gravel path and solitude. On way back took an outer blue trail with some moderate hill climbs base on steepness. Great for getting the cardio back after shelter in place. And yes, snakes are out now so look out.

Great view of the city. Easy trail for kids or strollers, flat with no elevation gain.

Nice and shaded. More of a flat walk than hike. Snakes are out for spring!

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