Spokane River Loop

Spokane, Washington

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People of all ages, sometimes even during winter, come to enjoy this hike along the shores of the Spokane River beginning near the unique basalt formations known as the Bowl and Pitcher just northwest of Spokane. The trail leads away from the noise of the campground and picnic area, over a bridge above the rushing white water, to quiet retreats in Riverside State Park, which was established in 1933. Buttercups, grass widows, and balsamroot are among the many plants hikers enjoy during spring. Be extremely careful around the Bowl and Pitcher and Devils Toenail Rapids, where the water is particularly swift and dangerous.
100 Hikes in the Inland Northwest

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100 Hikes in the Inland Northwest

by Rich Landers & Spokane Mountaineers (The Mountaineers Books)

People of all ages, sometimes even during winter, come to enjoy this hike along the shores of the Spokane River beginning near the unique basalt formations known as the Bowl and Pitcher just northwest of Spokane.

The trail leads away from the noise of the campground and picnic area, over a bridge above the rushing white water, to quiet retreats in Riverside State Park, which was established in 1933. Buttercups, grass widows, and balsamroot are among the many plants hikers enjoy during spring. Be extremely careful around the Bowl and Pitcher and Devils Toenail Rapids, where the water is particularly swift and dangerous.

©  Rich Landers & Spokane Mountaineers/The Mountaineers Books. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Spokane
Distance: 6
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Easy or Moderate
Duration: 2 to 3 hours
Season: March through November
Trailhead Elevation: 1,690 feet
Top Elevation: 1,990 feet
Local Contacts: Riverside State Park
Local Maps: USGS Spokane NW, Airway Heights
Driving Directions: Directions to Spokane River Loop

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