Riverside State Park Spokane River Scenic Hike Jan 1st 2022

First day hike guided by Park staff and volunteers from the Riverside State Park Foundation. Participants will hike along the beautiful Spokane River and work their way back to the trailhead, passing by the remains of the historic Civilian Conservation Corps camp at Seven Mile.

Round Trip: ~2 miles.

Notice: Each hike is limited to 25 people and registration is required.

When: Saturday January 1, 2022 @ 1:00 pm

Where to Meet: Meet at the Wilber Trailhead. The address is 8300 N State Park Dr, Nine Mile Falls, WA, 99026.

Things to Bring: Shoe traction device for snow and ice, hiking poles.

Additional Info: Group size is limited to 25 participants. January 1st is a State Park Free Day, a Discover Pass is not required.

Sign Up: Sign up for this event by December 29th using the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/first-day-hike-riverside-state-park-wilber-trail-head-hike-tickets-204819830627

Additional Questions? Contact Ranger Sarah Page – 509-570-4134 / sarah.page@parks.wa.gov

Riverside State Park Riverside Bluff Hike Jan 1st 2022

First day hike guided by Park staff and volunteers from the Riverside State Park Foundation. Participants will hike through a beautiful Douglas Fir and Ponderosa Pine Forest before descending and reascending the levels of the Riverside bluffs.

Round Trip: ~3.5 miles.

Notice: Each hike is limited to 25 people and registration is required.

When: Saturday January 1, 2022 @ 9:30 am

Where to Meet: Meet at the Marchand Trailhead. The address is 7100 N Old Trails Road, Spokane, WA 99224.

Things to Bring: Shoe traction device for snow and ice, hiking poles.

Additional Info: Group size is limited to 25 participants. January 1st is a State Park Free Day, a Discover Pass is not required.

Sign Up: Sign up for this event by December 29th using the following link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/first-day-hike-riverside-state-park-marchand-trail-head-hike-tickets-204818005167

Additional Questions? Contact Ranger Sarah Page – 509-570-4134 / sarah.page@parks.wa.gov