• Mt. Spokane: To hike to the summit of Mt. Spokane, elevation 5889 ft, park in the snow park parking lot. Cross the street and head up the trail north of the gate.  The trail will continue in the trees past a service building and will intersect with a larger trail heading north and flat. Take the first left branch off this flat trail and head up hill for around a half mile.  The trail will arrive at and open area called Bald Knob, this is a nice spot for a water/snack break. Continue on the trail past the bathrooms and out on to the open face above tree level.  The trail may disappear or branch on this part but simply keep heading up.  About a half mile later you will arrive at the top. FOr more information click here
  • Mt. Kit Carson:  Cross the road and head on Trail 110 near the park entrance. Stay on Trail 110 all the way to the top as several trails branch from it. Following Trail 110 will take you on a steep at times but fairly serene journey up the side of the mountain. Numerous creeks, lush meadows, and beautiful forests surround you the entire journey. The trail is typically well worn and easy to follow.  Towards to summit be aware of snowmobilers as the trail is shared, be sure to get off the trail if you hear them coming for your safety.  The summit offers amazing views of the surrounding Spokane area as well as some of local lakes.  Don’t forget your camera! For more information click here
  • High Drive: For a shorter and more urban snowshoe, head up to the South Hill and hike along the bluff.  All along the road are pull outs and trail heads.  You cannot get lost in this park because you hike down any trails until you see the golf course down below and then head back up any trail to your car.  If you happen to come out of the park away from your car, you can head back down on the trails or walk High Drive.  The South Hill always gets quite a bit of snow compared to Gonzaga and makes for a beautiful view of West Spokane. If you just want to get out for an hour or two and breathe some fresh air, head up to the South Hill! For more information click here