For the outdoor enthusiast at heart, Spokane has many outdoor opportunities for all adventure levels. Whatever your passion, our outdoor itinerary will be your guide to enjoy all our outdoors have to offer. From hiking and kayaking to rock climbing and ziplining, you can do all those things in Spokane.
For a beginner-level hike try the Centennial Trail. This 42-mile paved trail along the Spokane River stretches from Riverfront Park to the Washington-Idaho border. A great place to access the trail is in Spokane Valley at Mirabeau Park. There is convenient parking for trail access and you can easily head east or west on the trail.
For the more experienced hiker, Dishman Hills Natural Area is a great hiking area with multiple trails. Another great trail is the 9-mile loop trail at Liberty Lake Regional Park. Here you'll hike over streams and waterfalls in the hills near Liberty Lake.
During the spring and summer months, rafting the Spokane River is perfect for a little adrenaline rush. This is one of many adventurous ways to experience our beautiful river rushing through our city. There are also spots along the river one can enjoy a leisurely float with your beer coozy in hand. If you want to experience our city as the locals do, a leisurely float is for you.
Rock climbers love Spokane. Basalt rock formations make for unique climbing experiences all over our city. Whether you’re looking to improve your climbing skills in an indoor facility or test them outdoors, Spokane has you covered. With a variety of crags offering diverse climbing routes, there are plenty of excellent climbing spots to choose from. Deep Creek in Riverside State Park has routes for all climbing levels.
You don't have to go all the way to Hawaii for a spectacular zip-lining tour. Mica Moon Zipline tours have a canopy tour that is fun for all ages. Mica Moon boasts the Pacific Northwest's best Aerial Trekking Park and an award-winning zipline tour.