“A great singletrack trail following along the river, which can be a bit rocky.”
— sally lodato
Features: Fall Colors — Views
Use some caution and be careful of your footing in the rocky areas!
In it's entirety, Trail 25 is a long and thorough route traveling in a circuitous route near the Spokane River. The section handrails the river, and moves over varied terrain. Runners will enjoy a combination of dirt road, basalt scrambles, and rockier trail surfaces, but overall the way is relatively easy and enjoyable.
There are a few rises that visitors will surmount, but the route isn't terribly strenuous. Along the way enjoy views of the water and surrounding forest. Be aware to stick to the trail, as there are many portions where stinging nettles grow close to the trail.