Rocks of Sharon Viewpoint Trail

Dishman Hills Conservation Area, Washington

Distance0.2mi
Elevation Gain186ft
Trailhead Elevation3,497ft
Top3,574ft
Elevation Min/Max3467/3574ft
Elevation Start/End3497/3497ft

Rocks of Sharon Viewpoint Trail

Rocks of Sharon Viewpoint Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Spokane County, Washington. It is within Dishman Hills Conservation Area. It is 0.2 miles long and begins at 3,497 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.4 miles with a total elevation gain of 186 feet. This trail connects with the following: Iller Creek Loop.

Rocks of Sharon Viewpoint Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"All the ultrarunners I’ve met from the Spokane area use this trail frequently for training. It has some great steep climbs, incredible rugged beauty with large rock outcroppings, and “top-of-the-world” views encompassing Steptoe Butte, Mount Spokane, and beyond.

These trails are not marked, so bring your topographical map and compass if you’re not running with someone who knows the trails. The wildlife listed in Dishman Hills also can be seen on this route, which is just south of the Dishman Hills Natural Resources Conservation Area."

Rocks of Sharon Viewpoint Trail Reviews

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6/17/2006
Rocks of Sharon was fantastic. The map didn't help much in navigating the trail as there are a lot of turns and options to make after the Rocks. We did some serious backtracking to get back to what we thought was a trail but turned out to be more of a spring run-off that was partially dry. Regardless, fantastic beautiful hike filled with wildlife, wildflowers views galore and some fun scrambling rocks. Recommendation: Bring a topo map and a compass!
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Trail Information

Dishman Hills Conservation Area
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Dishman Hills Conservation Area
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Moderate
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Bureau of Land Management
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USGS Spokane SE
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Sep 2018