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    Centennial Trail

    Riverside State Park, Washington
    Distance2.9mi
    Elevation Gain392ft
    Trailhead Elevation1,879ft
    Top1,881ft
    Elevation Min/Max1661/1881ft
    Elevation Start/End1879/1879ft

    Centennial Trail

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    Clarkston, WA
    Explorer | 50 pts
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    6/7/2010
    Overall, this was a pretty awesome ride. The scenery on the west side of the river is just spectacular. You look down from the trail into the gorge with the river, and are surrounded by nothing but pine forest. You really get the feeling your out in the woods alone. After you cross 7 mile bridge, you start riding on the side of the road, and there are some more spectacular views of the river. The water is so high this year, it actually looks like you're in a bayou. The only reason I rated it at 4 stars is the fact that the whole ride on the east side of the river is on the road with no bike lane, and you pass by a sewage treatment plant at one point. The path is mostly flat with one pretty steep hill, one or two moderate hills, and then the rest are gradual. For the most part, it's just a nice scenic ride.
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    Riverside State Park
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    Riverside State Park
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    Dog-friendly, Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible
    Accessibility
    Easy
    Skill Level
    Mountain Biking
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    Riverside State Park, 9711 Charles Rd., Nine Mile Falls 99026; (509) 465-5064; riversidestatepark.org
    Local Contacts
    Washington State Parks Riverside State Park brochure and map, available for free at state park headquarters and the Bowl and Pitches campground entrance. 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 map on CD-ROM, disk 4. Montana Mapping & GPS LLC’s hunting and GPS maps, available at www.huntinggpsmaps.com
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