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Official homepage: Spokane Centennial Trail

Entrance: The central segment of the Spokane River Centennial Trail begins at the north end of the Denny Ashlock Bridge. There is an access point with parking and a restroom just off Upriver Drive about 1.5 miles east of the intersection of Argonne Road and Upriver Drive. The eastern segment begins at the Idaho state line.
Length: 37 Miles
Terrain: The west segment contains a number of climbs and descents, most of the climbs are relatively short in duration, be prepared for a higher level aerobic workout. Mostly level through the central segment. The eastern segment is mostly flat.
Description: Dramatic arches under the Monroe Street Bridge provide a backdrop for a gondola ride that is left over from when Spokane hosted Expo 74, otherwise known as the Spokane world's fair.
Directions: Through Spokane's eastern suburbs, it goes on into the state of Idaho and follows the north shore of Lake Coeur d Alene.
  The downtown segment of the Spokane River Centennial Trail begins near milepost 17 of the trail. There is a restroom and parking area just east of the Upriver Dam and the intersection of Frederick Avenue and Upriver Drive. The trail is sandwiched between Upriver Drive and the Spokane River across from the parking/restroom area.
  After crossing the Spokane River via George Wright Bridge, the trail descends to a kiosk, which has a map and other trail information. Beyond the kiosk, the trail begins a climb through towering fir and pine trees.

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