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Mega Church

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3.1 Miles 5.0 Kilometers


Singletrack

176' 54 m

Ascent

-226' -69 m

Descent

2%

Avg Grade (1°)

11%

Max Grade (7°)

1,786' 545 m

High

1,704' 519 m

Low

Shared By Jacob Mullenbach

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An awesome, twisting singletrack trail along the river with bumps and rocks in sections.

Jacob Mullenbach

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Description

Parking for this trail can be found at the Sandifur Memorial Bridge parking area on Clarke Ave. off of Riverside Ave.

Start onto this trail by turning off of Riverside Ave and heading towards Spokane River. There will be a couple turn offs on the trail that will lead you back to Government Way, so stay right and you'll be fine.

The first part of the trail is fairly loose and has some steep sections until you get past the cemetery. Most of the trail past the cemetery is rocky, with tight turns and flowing singletrack. If you keep your speed up, it's quite fun but could be challenging at a slower pace.

Use caution as some sections that have sun exposure have loose dirt and can become washed out. Once you get to the old truss bridge you'll be on doubletrack. Continue to head north along the river to get to Tj Menoch and Riverside State Park beyond.

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Jun 3, 2018
Darby Meegan
There are several Sandy sections where the trail is blown out. Super fun trail, a few technical sections, saw a few walkers. 7mi
Apr 24, 2018
Kelland Guerin
Went down and back starting at Browne's Addition. Few bumpy sections in the beginning kinda made things a little difficult at times.
Feb 4, 2018
Brad Johnson
Sep 22, 2017
Don Anderson
Trail confusing at first
May 13, 2017
Bernie Kemker
Aug 20, 2016
Gin Wallace
10mi

Trail Ratings

  3.6 from 9 votes

#1

in Spokane

#12217

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  3.6 from 9 votes
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#1

in Spokane

#308

in Washington

#12,217

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There are very sandy sections at the beginning but is overall a pretty ride. Oct 2, 2015

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