“A fun loop of singletrack trails to the top of Riverside and Deep Creek to Seven Mile.
— sally lodato
River/Creek · Views · Wildlife
Enjoy exploring the upper part of Riverside Park with views of Mt Spokane to the east. This route picks up Trail 25 from Wilbur Trailhead and continues onto a singletrack to Trail 204
(Mile Climb hill) to Trail 25 along the bluff to Inland Rd at Deep Creek (State Rd) back to Seven Mile via the Deep Creek/Nine Mile side of the park.
This is a great route for trail running with only one notable uphill found around three miles into the run.
From the trailhead follow Trail 25 towards the old airstrip. At the gate, follow the trail past the houses staying on the trail. Go left, and you all see another white gate. Stay to the right onto the singletrack trail (the doubletrack trail is 203/204 that loops around Boat Hill).
The singletrack winds through trees and at the junction of trails, stay left onto the doubletrack trail. this is not signed but is Trail 204
up Mile Climb. Just before the top, Trail 25 from Inland Road is a hair pin right turn. Follow Trail 25 along the bluffs, and enjoy the views of Mt Spokane.
The trail crosses into the deep creek area off State Rd at Inland Rd. You'll need to cross Seven Mile Rd and continue on Trail 25 as it heads south bound back to Seven Mile Rd. Cross the road and pick up Trail 25 past the homes again, past the white gate at the airstrip and back to the parking lot.
Flora & Fauna
White tail deer, turkey.