Hiking in Spokane: Trails the Whole Family Will Enjoy

Here, we’ll cover easy to moderate hikes around Spokane. You can take the whole family to some of these hikes, or just take the more adventurous among you if you want to try the harder trails.

You can unleash your inner explorer as you cross over Indian Canyon Creek multiple times, ultimately arriving at a small waterfall.

Trail 121: Waterfall Loop Trail-Palisades Park

The Bowl and Pitcher Loop includes both forested and waterfront hiking, providing the perfect opportunity to take in the beauty of fall.

Bowl and Pitcher Loop Trail-Riverside State Park

The Rimrock Conservation Palisades Park Loop offers 2.9 miles of easy terrain and breathtaking views of the entire city.

Rimrock Conservation Loop Trail-Palisades Park

When you pass the waterfall and continue along the trail, you will eventually stumble upon a small structure; pass that and you will find a bigger cabin surrounded by stumps.

Liberty Creek and Edith Hansen Loop Trail-Liberty Lake Regional Park

Fall in love with the towering trees and unobstructed Lake Coeur d’Alene views. This trail will easily become a family favorite!

Across the Border Bonus: Mineral Ridge National Recreation Trail-Coeur d’Alene

The Bottleneck Lake and Snow Lake trail offers hikers unparalleled views of the mountains and the color-changing tamaracks.

Bottleneck Lake and Snow Lake Trail-Kaniksu National Forest

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