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Map of the Centennial Trail - Spokane

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Centennial Trail - Spokane

Centennial Trail - Spokane Washington map area

Centennial Trail - Spokane

LENGTH:

37.5 miles

SURFACE:

paved

COMMUNITIES:

Nine Mile Falls, Spokane, Pasadena Park, Irwin, Spokane Valle, Otis Orchard

HIGHLIGHTS:

natural areas along the Spokane River, local parks, residential neighborhoods, commercial areas,

NEARBY TRAILS:

Fish Lake Trail
Children of the Sun Trail
North Idaho Centennial Trail

RELATED LINKS:

Spokane
Coeur D'Alene
Regional Trails

The Centennial Trail is a 37.5-mile ling paved system of trails located in the Spokane area of Western Washington. The route starts at Nine Miles Falls, goes through the heart of Spokane and ends at the border with Idaho. At the border, trail users can connect to the North Idaho Centennial Trail that extends to Coeur d'Alene in Idaho.

The trail follows the Spokane River and travels through miles of forest, goes past local parks, residential neighborhoods and commercial areas.

Conditions

The Centennial Trail is paved for the entire route and is open for bike riding, running and walking. The trail system includes long stretches of wide paved trail that travel away from roadways combined with connections that require riding on roadways.

Communities

The Centennial Trail goes past the following communities: Nine Mile Falls, Spokane, Pasadena Park, Irwin, Spokane Valley and Otis Orchard.

Points of Interest

The Centennial Trail goes past the following points of interest:

Sontag Park
Riverside State Park
Downriver Park
Overlook Park
High Bridge Park
Herbert M. Hamblen Conservation Area
Riverfront Park
Canada Island
Gonzaga University
Mission Park
Spokane Community College
John C. Shields Park
Camp Sekani Park
Plantes Ferry Park
Mirabeau Meadows
Mirabeau Springs
Gateway Regional Park
Nearby Trails

Fish Lake Trail: a connection can be made between the two trails by using W. Riverside Avenue for about 0.4 miles.

Children of the Sun Trail: this 7-mile long paved trail is located 2 miles to the north of the Centennial Trail along N. Market Street.

North Idaho Centennial Trail: the two trails meet at the Washington / Idaho just past the point where the Centennial Trail goes under Interstate 90.

End Points

The northwest end of the Centennial Trail is located at Riverside State Park in the community of Nine Mile Falls.

The east end of the trail is located at the Washington / Idaho just past the point where the Centennial Trail goes under Interstate 90.


Resources

Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about the Centennial Trail in Spokane, Washington.

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