Iller Creek Conservation Area Trail

Spokane, Washington 99223

Iller Creek Conservation Area Trail

Iller Creek Conservation Area Trail Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Spokane hikers have been enjoying the Dishman Hills Natural Resources Conservation Area (NCRA) for decades. With good trails and wildlife habitat just minutes from downtown Spokane, it’s no surprise this is a popular place. But is it a good destination for Rover? Sure, you can bring your best friend out for a stroll here, but the two of you will have plenty of company, perhaps too much.

So, here’s a better plan. Just south of the NRCA is Iller Creek, a brand new 800-acre conservation area, courtesy of Spokane County Parks. It’s twice as big as the NRCA, still within the Dishman Hills ecosystem, and contains miles of trails. Best of all, it gets a fraction of the visitors that the NRCA receives, making it a wonderful spot for you and Spot to enjoy nature."

Iller Creek Conservation Area Trail Reviews

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7/22/2010
Trail starts out as double wide but when it splits off into single wide there is heavy erosion and overgrowth. The ridge view at the top of the single wide climb is nice however and the trail cleans up a bit at the top. Info and map here - http://www.spokanecounty.org/parks/content.aspx?c=1897 Very little signage or markings, plus lots of offshoots to explore. I uploaded a GPS.
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Trail Information

Spokane
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
2
Distance
400 feet
Elevation Gain
Out-and-back
Trail Type
2 hours
Duration
Best March to November
Season
2,400 feet
Trailhead Elevation
2,800 feet
Top Elevation
Spokane County Parks Department
Local Contacts
USGS Spokane SE
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Dec 2018