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Trail 290 (The Goods)

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3.0 mile 4.7 kilometer point to point
80% Runnable
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Elevation

Ascent: 49' 15 m
Descent: -1,354' -413 m
High: 4,540' 1,384 m
Low: 3,234' 986 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 9% (5°)
Max Grade: 31% (17°)

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Trail shared by Ben King

A fun and technical alternative with lots of rocks, roots, and switchbacks.

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  • This is a purpose-built descending biking trail. Descending riders have right-of-way over other trail users and will be descending at speed
  • Mount Spokane State Park requires the use of a Discover Pass for every vehicle that enters the park.

Description

Like most of the trails at Mt. Spokane, The Goods is most commonly accessed from the top to the bottom. However, it can make for an alternative to Trail 120 for loop runs. The singletrack begins off of Trail 120 a short distance from the Lower Selkirk Lot.

From the parking lot, head down Trail 120 for about 50 yards to the turnoff on the right. The trail descends along a series of switchbacks underneath a shady canopy.

As it continues, the trail gets narrower and rougher requiring runners to navigate over some challenging roots and tricky footing. There are also a few small bridges. Just be wary of the traction if things are wet.

This almost three-mile trail has a couple flat and uphill stretches, but the majority of the time is spent following a sustained descent to Mount Spokane Drive.

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#130

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