Are you planning a trip to Spokane?
Where should I run?
- Centennial Trail: The Centennial Trail is a 37 miles paved trail great for running, walking and biking alike. It extends from Nine Mile Falls in NW Spokane to the Washington/Idaho border.
- Riverside State Park: More of a trail runner? Look no further than Riverside State Park. Enjoy the largest state park in Washington and discover over 55 miles of running/hiking trails. Our favorite? Head to Bowl & Pitcher trailhead to find miles of trails right along the beautiful Spokane River.
- The Bluff: Built by volunteers over the last few decades, this network of trails has become a favorite for biking, hiking, running, and dog walking. There are more than 22 miles of trails on the city-owned slopes between High Drive and Hangman Creek.
- Camp Sekani/Beacon Hill: Nestled just a few miles outside the heart of downtown Spokane, Camp Sekani & Beacon Hill offer over 30 trails winding through 1,000 acres of public and private land. Be warned though, these trails are steep and frequented by bikers and runners alike.
Are there any groups I can meet up with?
- Next IT Group Run: Tuesdays at Monterey Cafe @ 6:00pm
- Lantern Tap House Run Club: Tuesdays at Lantern Tap House @ 6:00pm
- Flying Irish Run Club: Thursdays at Ripples Riverside Bar & Grill @ 5:30pm
Is there a schedule of races that might be over my visit?