Outdoor Activities & Adventures at Spokane
Hotel near Outdoor Activities.Near Nature. Near Perfect. The Wingate by Wyndham Spokane Airport hotel offers a wonderfully comfortable place to rest your head after a long day of outdoor fun. Enjoy spacious accommodations with distinctive style and deluxe living amenities at the all-new hotel Plush guest rooms and suites will pamper you with a wide array of state-of-the-art comforts. Each room includes a pillow-top mattresses with triple-sheeted beds, free HBO, 32" flat screen television, complimentary high-speed internet, personal safes, large work area with an executive desk, plus refrigerators, microwaves and coffee makers. [Top]
River & Lake Fishing.Spokane, Washington is a world-renowned fishing destination, whether you're interested in fly fishing, river fishing, bank fishing or wade fishing. In addition to a myriad of gleaming lakes, the 111-mile Spokane River is a tributary of the Columbia River and offers ample opportunity for coming home with a big catch. An angler's paradise, opportunities for a wide range of fish include cutthroat and rainbow trout, bluegill and both largemouth and smallmouth bass. To learn more about Spokane, Washington fishing lakes, visit www.fishingworks.com/lakes/washington/spokane. [Top]
37-Mile Hiking & Biking Trail.
Enjoying the splendid sights of Spokane from the back of a horse, on a mountain bike or while hiking will allow you to experience a unique perspective on nature unlike any other. Some of the best Spokane trails for biking, hiking and horseback riding can be discovered along the famed Spokane Centennial Trail. One of Spokane’s natural glories - the paved trail winds - for an astounding 37 miles all the way from the Idaho state border downstream to Nine Mile Falls, ending in the northwest area of Spokane, Washington. As if all that wasn’t enough to choose from on Centennial Trail, you can also go whitewater rafting, kayaking or head out in a canoe in the Spokane River. To learn more about the many outdoor activities and adventures you’ll have on Spokane’s Centennial Trail, visit www.spokanecentennialtrail.org. [Top]
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Bike Trails in Spokane, Washington.Mountain biking in Spokane is a great way to get in on some seriously fun outdoor adventures. Check out highlights of some of the best bike trails you’ll find to ride anywhere in the Northwest:
- Columbia Mountain at Sherman Pass
- Deep Creek Loop is located in Riverside State Park
- Fish Lake Trail - old rail line leading from Spokane's west end
- Highbridge-Vinegar Flats Loop
- Liberty Lake Loop - located 10 miles east of downtown Spokane
- Mount Spokane - Linder Ridge
- Pine Bluff Loop in Riverside State Park [Top]