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Explore the best rated trails in Spokane, WA, whether you're looking for an easy walking trail or a bike trail like the Coeur d'Alene Trail and Appleway Trail . With more than 15 trails covering 4308 miles you're bound to find a perfect trail for you. Click on any trail below to find trail descriptions, trail maps, photos, and reviews.
Very busy trail on Sunday afternoon. Was a beautiful afternoon. Trail along the lakeshore is nicely paved but shares the road. Not a main road and traffic moved slowly. Started the trail at Cheamkwet Park and rode east. Trail is marked but not that well. Stopped a number of times to check our route. Part of the trail travels along a residential street with a fair amount of traffic. We only rode a few miles and returned to parking and then went west for a couple miles. Fewer users that direction. Wide paved path. Would be worthy of another ride next time in area.
Wrote this trail from the city of Coeur d’Alene to the Washington border in early September. Some nice sections along the lake, but also some rather boring very exposed sections closer to the Washington border.
Rode this trail in three segments with the Road Scholar group in early September. Beautifully maintained
Flat and smooth, not exactly scenic - but it was a pleasant little ride.
We rented a car one way to Ellensburg with two bikes. Only option was Enterprise and it worked great. Trail started close to downtown. While we had a headwind on day one it made day two easy with considerable downhill. Towns especially Cle Elum were fun to visit. Excellent camping along the trail and bathroom facilities are abundant. While we did the ride in two days, recommend slowing down a bit and doing thee days of riding. Do this ride!
I am not sure why people give it 2 stars. It is a long trail and definitely in a city it will have issues. But I took West part from Military Cemetery trailhead to Nine Miles Falls park and the trail was fantastic. Wonderful views, good pavement, but boy, it is not rails to trails for sure :-). Up and down hills. Not too bad but many would prefer ebike I guess.
Nice trail, but it does not actually get you to the Fish Lake. The trail ends at some railroad junction that, I guess, was too expensive to bypass. Judging from reviews written back in 2010 it was supposed to happen but in 2023 the gap is not closed. It is technically possible to detour over Cheney Road at southern trailhead and get to the Fish Lake, but I am not sure if there is a bike lane there and what is the traffic. The trail is asphalt, fair amount of cracks filled with sealer but still would be too bumpy for skinny tires. Commuter or a hybrid bike is recommended.
Scenery is gorgeous, trailheads have facilities well maintained, useful signage along but... the trail surface is a coarse loose gravel that rattles the bicycle and makes the tires sink. The only usage of the trail is for fat tire bikes perhaps.
"THE BIKE HUB" IN SPOKANE IS A GREAT BIKE SHOPMY DERAILLEUR BROKE OUTSIDE OF TEKOA.JOHN WENT OUT OF HIS WAY TO FIX MY BIKE, AND GET ME BACK ON TRAIL.
BIKING IN THICK COURSE GRAVEL AND SAND IS ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE.HARD PACKED DIRT IS THE BEST.FOR THE BEST TRAIL SURFACE CHECK OUT THE "MIICKElSON TRAIL" IN SOUTH DAKOTA CRUSHED LIMESTONE
TRAIL NEEDS TO BE DRAGED WITH A INFIELD BASEBALL WIRE SCREEN,OR CHAIN THREE USED CAR TIRES IN V SHAPE AND DRAG THEM BEHIND A VEHICLE ALONG THE WHOLE TRAIL,TO SPREED OUT GRAVEL AND SAND,WHICH ARE WAY THICK IN A LOT OF SECTIONS
This is my top 5 of all time bike trails. It is paved and goes 73 miles one way. There are bathrooms every so many miles and fantastic views. There is a bridge with look out and other beautiful lake views. A must see trail!!
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