| Where: Crosses the Spokane
River just east of where Hangman Creek enters the main river.
From downtown, cross the bridge and climb the
blacktop trail. When you get to the top, travel along the nice view of
Summit Blvd all the way around to either Petit Drive (Doomsday Hill) or use
Belt street to get to the T. J. Meenach bridge which takes you to Bowl and
Pitcher, or the system of trails above it, or all the way to Nine Mile Falls
to Stick in the Eye trail.
Also, at the top of Petit Drive you can take
a right to Belt and go up it to Carlisle Street and take a left to the dead
end. There there is a trail between a garage and a cliff rail that has nice
single track options all the way down to the bridge. This route is highly
suggested as your route to the bridge as it is an interesting set of trails
I call Upper Doomsday Hill Trails.
All the above mentioned trails and more are
mapped here: Riverside State Park Trails
Official Centennial Trails
Then when going back take the Petit Drive
uphill as an easier option for returning.