Similkameen Trail

Oroville, Washington

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Opened in 2009 and slated to be part of the Pacific Northwest Trail (see “North by Northwest” sidebar), the Similkameen Trail is shaping up to be a recreational gem in the growing trail system near Oroville. Thanks to government agencies, local businesses, and dedicated volunteers, including local students, this trail is well maintained and lined with benches and interpretive signs. This route overflows with historical interest, and the bird-watching and spring flower gazing are pretty good too.

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"Opened in 2009 and slated to be part of the Pacific Northwest Trail (see “North by Northwest” sidebar), the Similkameen Trail is shaping up to be a recreational gem in the growing trail system near Oroville. Thanks to government agencies, local businesses, and dedicated volunteers, including local students, this trail is well maintained and lined with benches and interpretive signs. This route overflows with historical interest, and the bird-watching and spring flower gazing are pretty good too."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Oroville
Distance: 7.2
Skill Level: Easy
Season: Year-round
Accessibility: Dog-friendly

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Jun 2018