Fish Lake Trail Facts
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Fish Lake Trail Explanation
The Fish Lake Trail makes western Spokane and operates south through available woodland to achieve Queen Lucas Lake, that will be 1.5 kilometers north regarding the path's ultimate destination that is planned Fish Lake Regional Park. Upon conclusion for this space, two bridges over active train lines will join this path to 3.5 paved kilometers for the Columbia Plateau Trail, serving being a corridor for commuting and relaxation between Spokane and also the university city of Cheney.
The route follows a mild uphill grade; to your left, trees separate you from US 195 for a couple miles and then from Cheney Spokane Road, which loosely parallels the trail from the Spokane trailhead. Half-mile markers guide you through the hot, dry uplands of Eastern Washington.
The path follows a bit of corridor associated with the OregonвЂ“Washington Railroad & Navigation business (a unit for the Union Pacific Railroad) through the Latah Valley, previously Hangman Valley.