SPOKANE BIKE TRAILS
Spokane is blessed with hundreds of miles of great bike trails. Whether you are looking for super technical single tracks or just a leisurely ride on paved trails, you’ll find it in Spokane County. The interactive maps below will get you started and if you would like some inside info about these trails just give us a call or stop by the shop.

TRAIL-LINK will link you to most trails across the nation.

DISCOVER PASS INFORMATION (required to park vehicles in WA State Parks and DNR controled Recreational Areas)

Local Dirt Trails

Riverside State Park

High Drive Bluff Trail System

Beacon Trail Map

Liberty Lake Trail System

Hiawatha trail

Local Paved Trails

Fish Lake Trail

SPOKANE BIKE MAP

Trail of the CDA

SOUTH HILL BLUFF

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Claimed by the city ofSpokanecreated by the people this popular trail system is great for both hiking and biking. This trail system is a result of 20+ years of hard labor by numerous individuals and groups.

FISH LAKE TRAIL

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The Fish Lake trail runs from the base of Sunset Hill in Spokane to Fish Lake out by Cheney. Currently 7 miles is paved with the rest maintained gravel. It’s a pretty leisurely ride although it has a slight gradient outbound to Fish Lake. Fun ride!

MINIHAHA / BEACON HILL

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One of the original local trails this is now a long travel paradise. This area hosts early season downhill events.

CENTENNIAL TRAIL

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The Spokane River Centennial Trail is a 37 mile (60 km) paved trail that extends from Sontag Park in Nine Mile Falls, Washington to the Washington/Idaho border. It passes through the cities of Spokane, Washington, Spokane Valley, Washington, Liberty Lake, Washington, and is divided into three sections, Riverside, Urban and Valley. Riverside refers to the section of the trail within Riverside State Park and is the most challenging but offers spectacular views for your effort. Urban refers to the section within the city of Spokane and is a good choice for a leisurely in city ride. Valley refers the Spokane Valley section that runs roughly from Upriver Dam to the Idaho Border. After the border into Idaho, the trail continues as the North Idaho Centennial Trail. You can access the middle of the Urban section right across the river from SpokenSport!

ROUTE OF THE HIAWATHA / HIAWATHA TRAIL

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A truly spectacular ride through the Bitterroot Mountains.  Too much to describe here so check out the official Hiawatha Trail website here.

Please note that we restrict the use of our rental bikes on the Hiawatha.   For rentals on the Hiawatha we unflinchingly recommend Lookout Pass Ski Resort who can provide bikes, gear, shuttles and information.