Riverside State Park

Spokane, Washington

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Riverside State Park contains 8,000 acres of prime recreation land in the middle of Spokane. The area is crisscrossed with miles of trails, most of which are open to mountain bikes. The paths offer fun cycling to riders of all ability levels. One of the most scenic trails follows the churning Spokane River past water-sculpted boulders and craggy cliffs. This 7.2-mile loop is moderately difficulty. The route travels on 4.3 miles of singletrack, 2.7 miles of dirt roads, and 0.2 mile of pavement. The trails and roads are in good condition, with some technical stretches of rock and sand. There are many trails and roads to explore in Riverside state park; the park's equestrian area and the Little Spokane river Natural Area are closed to bikes.
Mountain Bike! Washington

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Mountain Bike! Washington

by Bennett & Leman (Menasha Ridge Press)

Riverside State Park contains 8,000 acres of prime recreation land in the middle of Spokane. The area is crisscrossed with miles of trails, most of which are open to mountain bikes. The paths offer fun cycling to riders of all ability levels. One of the most scenic trails follows the churning Spokane River past water-sculpted boulders and craggy cliffs.

This 7.2-mile loop is moderately difficulty. The route travels on 4.3 miles of singletrack, 2.7 miles of dirt roads, and 0.2 mile of pavement. The trails and roads are in good condition, with some technical stretches of rock and sand. There are many trails and roads to explore in Riverside state park; the park's equestrian area and the Little Spokane river Natural Area are closed to bikes.

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Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Spokane
Distance: 7.2
Elevation Gain: 460 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Technical Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Physical Difficulty: Moderate to Difficult
Season: Spring through the fall.
Trailhead Elevation: 1,580 feet
Top Elevation: 1,640 feet
Local Contacts: Riverside State Park, 509-456-3964
Local Maps: No map is available.
Driving Directions: Directions to Riverside State Park

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