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    Bowl and Pitcher Loop

    Nine Mile Falls, Washington

    Bowl and Pitcher Loop

    Bowl and Pitcher Loop Professional Guide

    Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

    "Hike through rock gardens, draws, and uplands of Riverside State Park, Washington’s second largest. The park covers 10,000 acres of forests, rocky canyons, and riverfront, as well as several miles of the splashing and frothing Spokane River.

    A large section of this hike follows the 25-Mile Trail, which is a 25-mile-long loop through Riverside State Park. Signposts mark much of the 25-Mile Trail."

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    Detailed Trail Descriptions from Our Guidebooks

    "The first half of the Bowl and Pitcher Loop closely follows the bank of the beautiful Spokane River. You then return on a broad trail through mixed conifer forest to the Swinging Bridge Trailhead. There is plenty of parking, restrooms, and a campground close to the trailhead. Read the reader board at the east end of the Swinging Bridge, then cross the bridge and begin your hike. As you cross the bridge, the Bowl and Pitcher rock formation is to your right." Read more
    Day Hiking Eastern Washington (The Mountaineers Books)
    Rich Landers
    "Follow a wheelchair-accessible path across the suspension bridge over the Spokane River. Enjoy the rapids and the Bowl and Pitcher’s namesake basalt formations." Read more

    Trail Information

    Nine Mile Falls
    Nearby City
    Dog-friendly
    Accessibility
    5.5
    Distance
    Loop/Lollipop
    Trail Type
    Moderate
    Skill Level
    3 hours
    Duration
    Year-round
    Season
    Camping, Mountain Biking
    Additional Use
    Riverside State Park, 9711 Charles Rd., Nine Mile Falls 99026; (509) 465-5064; riversidestatepark.org
    Local Contacts
    Riverside State Park Multiuse Trail Map, produced by the Inland Empire Backcountry Horsemen, PO Box 30891, Spokane 99223; www.iebch.com (map may be purchased at the state park). National Geographic Washington topo on CD-ROM, disk 4, and Montana Mapping & GPS LLC’s hunting and GPS maps are good topos of the area.
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