Spokane is Always in Season
A visit to Spokane can be as diverse as the city itself. With four distinct seasons, your trip will look different depending on when you travel. Each season opens new possibilities and opportunities to explore the surrounding nature, urban center and culture of the city.
Spokane comes alive in spring as the city shakes off winter. Spring is the best time to view the raging Spokane Falls, the 2nd Longest Urban Waterfall in the Country. Spokane literally blooms
each spring, there's a reason our city is called the "Lilac City."
Spokane becomes an outdoor recreation paradise in the summer months. With long, sunshine soaked days, visitors have ample time to explore the trail systems, parks, golf courses, and waterways. It's also a great time to enjoy your favorite cuisine or summer cocktail on an outdoor patio.
With crisp air and the vibrant reds and golds of changing trees, fall is arguably the most beautiful time to visit Spokane. It is harvest time, a time to gather the fruits of the landscape and to gather together with friends and families for inspiring food, arts, and events.
The winter climate brings chilly temperatures to the wooded Intermountain Northwest, but that doesn’t mean adventures end. With five ski resorts within 90 minutes of downtown, Spokane is the ski city you didn’t know you were looking for. The city is rich with community tradition as it comes together to celebrate the season, it's a magical time to visit the city and create holiday memories of your own.