Fort George Wright–Bowl and Pitcher Spokane River

Hangman Creek, Washington

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From the parking lot, bow briefly to about 650 graves of soldiers and some family members with birth dates as early as 1832. Head left (west) on the paved Centennial Trail, down a gully and up. Where the paved trail bends left, bear right past a bench and along a fence overlooking the Spokane River onto a single-track trail (Trail No. 100, likely unsigned). Pass a trail that drops to the river and a nice swimming beach in low-water conditions (part of Hike 79).

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"From the parking lot, bow briefly to about 650 graves of soldiers and some family members with birth dates as early as 1832. Head left (west) on the paved Centennial Trail, down a gully and up. Where the paved trail bends left, bear right past a bench and along a fence overlooking the Spokane River onto a single-track trail (Trail No. 100, likely unsigned). Pass a trail that drops to the river and a nice swimming beach in low-water conditions (part of Hike 79)."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Hangman Creek
Distance: 6.8
Skill Level: Moderate
Season: March-December
Accessibility: Dog-friendly

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Jun 2018