Five-Star Trails: Spokane: 30 Spectacular Hikes in the Inland Northwest (Paperback)

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Explore the Best Trails of Spokane, Washington

Peaceful waterfalls, dramatic mountain vistas, bountiful state parks, and, of course, the spectacular Spokane River--there's no better place to hit the trails than the Spokane area. With the expert guidance of local author Seth Marlin, you'll find plenty of popular routes and hidden hiking treasures.

These 30 five-star hiking trails are for all levels and interests, and they range widely in elevation, distance, and difficulty. Marlin details everything from easy strolls in scenic locations to thrilling treks atop mountains. GPS-based trail maps, elevation profiles, and detailed directions to trailheads help you get to where you're going. Trail descriptions and expert insights into the history, flora, and fauna of the routes enhance your enjoyment along the way. Ratings for scenery, difficulty, trail condition, solitude, and accessibility for children help to ensure that you quickly find the perfect trip.

Save time and make the most of your hiking adventures. Experience the best of Spokane's breathtaking scenery, varied terrain, and amazing wildlife. Lace up, grab your pack, and hit the trail.

About the Author


Seth Marlin is an award-winning, internationally-published author, activist, educator, and poet. He holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Eastern Washington University and is the author of Shred, a chapbook of slam poetry. He is a former web editor for Willow Springs and is also the author, under pseudonym, of critically-acclaimed Iraq War blog Calm Before the Sand. He has blogged on science and the outdoors for both Bark and Newfound, and his stories and verse have been extensively published, having appeared in Spark, Knockout, Railtown Almanac, RiverLit, The Fiction Desk, Syntax & Salt, and Silk Road Review, among many others. His short story "A Practical Guide to the Resurrected" won the 2016 University of Glasgow Prize for Science Fiction and the Medical Humanities, and his upcoming novella "Vigil" is set to be serialized by speculative fiction magazine The Colored Lens, in the spring of 2020. In his spare time, he is a passionate camper and outdoor enthusiast, and for the last decade he has made his home in Spokane with his wife and children.


Product Details
ISBN: 9781634041348
ISBN-10: 1634041348
Publisher: Menasha Ridge Press
Publication Date: June 9th, 2020
Pages: 216
Language: English
Series: Five-Star Trails