Centennial TrailCurrently Open
- Address: Washington, United States, Spokane
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 04:00 Hrs
- Tags: Trail, Waterfall, Hiking Trail, Biking Trail, Family And Kids, Hill, Nature, Rides
What started as a pedestrian and a bike-friendly route, Centennial Trail has now become one of the most picturesque trails in Spokane to have a go at. The 37-mile paved trail of Centennial extends from Sontag Park at Nine Mile in Washington till the Washington/Idaho border. Trailing parallel to the Spokane River, Centennial Trail offers varied scenery including rapids, waterfalls, rolling landscape, hilly terrains, parks, and bridges. Several areas along the trail can be explored by dirt & mountain bikes and also by a horse. Centennial Park can be accessed from various access points and the trail is ideal for hiking and nature enthusiasts.
- Try hiking the trail during the daylight.
- Washington Discover pass is required at the Centennial Trail Trailheads inside the River state Park.
- The trailheads are marked with Centennial Trail logo and are open to hikers, bikers, rollerbladers, and joggers.
- Rent a car or ride on a taxi.
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85.22% of people who visit Spokane include Centennial Trail in their plan
52.17% of people start their Centennial Trail visit around 06 AM
People usually take around 4 Hrs to see Centennial Trail
92.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Centennial Trail
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Quite a lovely space to eliminate mid marathon training. If you leave the seat up you stink the place up. No running water to refill the bottle.
It was a restroom