Looking for a great trail near Spokane, Washington? AllTrails has 45 great hiking trails, trail running trails, mountain biking trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Riverside State Park or Mount Spokane State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Dishman Hills Natural Area or Minnehaha Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 27 easy trails in Spokane ranging from 0.9 to 9.7 miles and from 1,561 to 3,661 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!

hiking

views

trail running

forest

walking

dogs on leash

nature trips

kid friendly

wildlife

wild flowers

mountain biking

river

bird watching

road biking

dog friendly

horseback riding

waterfall

partially paved

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First half was wide and had good views of the city. Second half was narrow and buggy but still was pretty.

hiking
bugs
off trail
over grown
rocky
1 day ago

walking
off trail
1 day ago

It was more of a walk than a hike. I was hoping to see some wildlife and scenery but I wasn’t able to find the right trails. There weren’t many signs and thanks to this app, I would’ve been lost. I walked in nice shaded trails but not what I was looking for. My advice is not to go alone on your first time. Go with someone who knows the trails. If you’re a solo hiker like me, check the maps many times before heading there. Sunscreen, water and bug spray. All in all, I would say it wasn’t a bad “first time” experience.

Very busy with people. Lots of horse and dog poo. Otherwise, it was a beautiful hike.

some washed out parts on the trail but otherwise great on mountain bikes 6/11/19

Cute waterfall! Lovely scenic park and a beautiful walk!

hiking
bugs
off trail
rocky
3 days ago

hiking
no shade
rocky
4 days ago

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.

So beautiful! Gave a beautiful view of the city the whole way up and the view at the top was the best. Only saw 2 other people the whole hike. Rated moderate for uphill, not very many steep parts but majority of the hike was uphill.

great spot to spend a few hours if you dont cross the the little spokane river and explore to the sides there are a few springs to enjoy and the river is real calm dogs enjoyed the swim. Bring bug spray Mosquitoes were really bad.

Beautiful hidden gem of a trail. With views that are incredible! Lots of interesting terrain, clear trails, and pretty flowers along the way!

Well I must say, this was a challenge for me. I’m just starting out so when I saw that it was marked “easy” I was excited. Well I’m going to say that it’s “moderate” for this mom! Lol... it was beautiful but it was definitely uphill and I made it halfway! I’m for sure making it my goal to reach the top! Lots of mosquitoes too!!!

pleasant right from the start. trail head is only 10 minutes from my home. newly finished parking area. natural but we'll maintained trails. 50% treed, 50% open meadows with great views. moderate due elevation gains.

Found a pair of blue glasses by the waterfall with a beaded necklace around it. Left on rock by waterfall!

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.

Going clockwise is a great workout!! We did this today and was a bit hot with the little shade as it was 88 degrees out! There were so many beautiful wildflowers! If you go clockwise, the end is very buggy!! If you go counter clockwise it will be near the beginning of your hike. We were being dive bombed by flies and mosquitoes swarmed us in this “area” I described as above.

Well maintained trail. Make sure you take water! The views from the Rocks are stellar. Watch out for the mountain bikers who blast downhill.

hiking
rocky
13 days ago

wow! beautiful and fun. hardly anyone was there. when you get to the top you can see the a wonderful view of the city. we even saw deer. highly recomended.

Excellent trail for little kids! There is access to a river pool, a neat waterfall, and tons of short side paths you can take that will land you back on the main path. It is paved so it works well with strollers, scooters, etc. The kids felt like they were on an adventure yet we werent too far from where we parked.

hiking
bugs
14 days ago

We took our 4 year old and 1 year old out there today. The view of the river is absolutely stunning. It was a fairly easy hike for our 4 year old. He enjoyed the bridge and walked the entire trail on his own. The only problem with this time of the year is mosquitoes. We put some repellent on us before we started the trail, but apparently was not enough. Would recommend to bring the repellent with you for a second coat.

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

I love this trail. The grass is so green right now and there are wild roses that smell AMAZING. Be aware that there are ticks and mosquitos out. And the new trailhead parking lot is great.

Perfect day for a hike. A school bus full of kids having a good time along the trail. Nice length for a 2 1/2 to 3 hour hike.

Great for families, easy hike with lots of other hikers/walkers.

trail running
19 days ago

As mentioned by a previous reviewer, recommend sticking to trail 25 for great views of the river, rather than doing a loop with the centennial trail. You can go miles down trail 25, though I turned around after 3 miles. The trail starts at the bowl and pitcher, a pretty area with massive rounded rocks and a bridge crossing the river. The terrain changes from forest to cliff views to grassy riverside. The trail is very well maintained and you wouldn’t have any problems running or hiking in normal running shoes.

Well maintained, beautiful views at the top! It is a popular trail, so there are crowds.

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