Mount Spokane State Park: A User Guide
This definitive guide for Mount Spokane State Park covers the history and development, land classifications, natural history, wildlife, and the summer and winter activities of the Pacific Northwest gem, Mount Spokane in eastern Washington State. Included are 15 hiking trails of varying degrees of difficulty with maps, directions, elevation profiles, and other information to make your adventure complete.
This guidebook was written and produced by Cris M. Currie and the Friends of Mt. Spokane State Park, a non-profit organization started in 1995 to help provide volunteer services and promote the responsible use of Mount Spokane State Park. The group operates under a contract with the Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission (WSP&RC). The guidebook was produced with the cooperation and support of the WSP&RC which manages all state parks in Washington State.
Includes color maps showing the trails maintained by WSP&RC.