“Tight switchbacks give way to winding turns leading to the Spokane River.”
— Eric Ashley
WA State Discover Pass is required for vehicles entering the park.
The trail network at Riverside State Park is multi use. Care should be taken to accommodate other users. Expect traffic in both directions and always yield to hikers and equestrian riders.
Trail 10 starts out with a series of tight off camber switchbacks tied together by a nice little piece of flowy trail. As you descend down the wooded slope, watch for patches of loose gravel, particularly on the switchbacks.
At the bottom of the hill the trail intersects with Trail 213
directly across the road is a trail which is not the route and should be ignored. Instead turn to the riders left and follow along Trail 213
for a short distance until Trail 10 splits to the right (this intersection is signed).
The next section is an enjoyable singletrack tour through the woods with a little bit of rock thrown in for flavor. The route crosses both Trail 212
and the Centennial Trail
(paved road) before it plunges down a narrow path towards the river and its finish on Trail 25 (East)