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Fish Lake Trail Definition

The Fish Lake Trail renders western Spokane and operates south through available woodland to achieve Queen Lucas Lake, that will be 1.5 kilometers north for the path’s ultimate planned location, Fish Lake Regional Park. Upon conclusion for this space, two bridges over active train lines will join this path to 3.5 paved kilometers regarding the Columbia Plateau Trail, serving as a corridor for commuting and entertainment between Spokane in addition to university city of Cheney.

Through the Spokane trailhead, the path follows a moderate uphill grade; to your kept, woods split up you against US 195 for a few miles after which from Cheney Spokane path, which loosely parallels the path. Half-mile markers guide you through the hot, dry uplands of Eastern Washington.

The path follows an item of corridor of this Oregon–Washington Railroad & Navigation business (a division regarding the Union Pacific Railroad) through the Latah Valley, previously Hangman Valley. At Marshall Canyon, take in railroad history while you travel beside active train lines through the certain area understood by railfans as “The Funnel.”

The Scribner path trailhead provides access to scenic Queen Lucas Lake. Experienced commuters might keep the path at Southern Scribner path to carry on 2 kilometers to Fish Lake, where in actuality the wide shoulders regarding the Cheney that is two-lane Spokane as well as the Columbia Plateau Trail provide separate paths to Cheney (and Eastern Washington University).UTF8[……]

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