Elevation

5,883 ft / 1,793 m

Prominence

3,503 ft / 1,067 m

Summits

13 summits

Top climbing months

June   30%

September  15%

November   15%

Most climbed route

140 trail

Highlights

  • Spokane's signature mountain and the most prominent peak in the region.
  • Surrounded by Mount Spokane State Park, Washington's largest state park at 13,919 acres, with over a 100 miles of hiking trails.
  • The Mount Spokane Ski and Snowboard Park lies on the southwest slopes of the mountain.
  • Features the stone Vista House on the summit, a road to the summit, and a well-known bald spot on the south slopes of the mountain.
"Mountain 3 of 3 this hike. Started at the public pull-off down the road from Bear Creek Lodge (parking is not free @ BCL) at the edge of the park. Started at the base of trail 140 >> Saddle Junction >> 130 >> Day Mountain >> 130/160 >> Mt. Kit Carson >> 160 >> Saddle Junction >> 140 >> Mt Spokane >> 140 >> car. On trail time was about 6 hours. There were no mountain bikes either way. Saw only one other hiker while descending from Mt. Kit Carson. Estimate hike to be about 14-15 miles and 3500ish feet of gain." - zachmitch, Jul 25, 2017
"Clear morning with high clouds in the afternoon. 75 degrees. Took 131 to 130 where there's a camping area. At the back of one of the campsites are two large white rocks that indicate a trail that you can rage directly to the summit. 2 hours round-trip with a liter of water. Talked with Mike and Smokey for 10 minutes. " - zachmitch, May 31, 2015

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