Centennial Trail Ramble

Spokane, Washington

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This trail is one of the most enjoyable of the rails-to-trails project in the Pacific Northwest. It follows the Spokane River through the city, linking parks, historical sites, and urban attractions to form a unique green-space corridor. Highlights include the Little Spokane River natural area, Riverfront Park, Spokane Falls, Gonzaga University campus, and beautiful geological formations around Mirabeau Park. The trail goes from Nine Mile Dam, west of Spokane, to the Idaho border. If you have the energy you can ride all the way to Idaho's beautiful Lake Coeur d'Alene, a 73 mile round trip. Terrain: mostly flat, primarily paths, some on-street bicycle lanes.
Best Bike Rides in the Pacific Northwest

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Best Bike Rides in the Pacific Northwest

by Todd Litman & Suzanne Kort (The Globe Pequot Press)

This trail is one of the most enjoyable of the rails-to-trails project in the Pacific Northwest. It follows the Spokane River through the city, linking parks, historical sites, and urban attractions to form a unique green-space corridor. Highlights include the Little Spokane River natural area, Riverfront Park, Spokane Falls, Gonzaga University campus, and beautiful geological formations around Mirabeau Park.

The trail goes from Nine Mile Dam, west of Spokane, to the Idaho border. If you have the energy you can ride all the way to Idaho's beautiful Lake Coeur d'Alene, a 73 mile round trip. Terrain: mostly flat, primarily paths, some on-street bicycle lanes.

©  Todd Litman & Suzanne Kort/The Globe Pequot Press. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Spokane
Distance: 14
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy
Trailhead Elevation: 25 feet
Top Elevation: 25 feet
Local Contacts: Spokane Visitors Information 800-248-3230
Driving Directions: Directions to Centennial Trail Ramble

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