3. Centennial Trail
For anyone who likes hiking, this 37.5 mile long trail is absolutely not to be missed during a visit to Spokane.
The trail begins at the official state line and ends in Washington at the famous Nine Mile Falls, and on the way it passes through scenic Spokane.
The trail here skirts along Riverfront Park, but if you continue to follow it out of the city center then it will take you through countryside areas to the east and west of the city in both directions.
As the trail is close to the Spokane River, you can expect a plethora of flora and fauna here and bird watching is a popular pursuit for those on a hike.
In the winter months, you can even go snowshoeing or skiing along parts of the trail.