Big, lot's of trails, often host to events, what more could you ask for? An Eastern Washington icon.
One of the first Mountain Bike competitions in Eastern Washington was held on Mount Spokane and the tradition continues with NORBA sponsored events. What this means for the local cyclist is better trails, unfortunately crowded with more people. Still, there are many places off the knobby pounded track where the industrious biker can kick up some decent dust. It's a big area and you could get lost. Unlike Tahuya (it's counterpart on the West side, getting lost on Mount Spokane could have serious consequences.)
How to get there:
Take Interstate 90 to the Argonne Road exit. Head north on Argonne until you come to a stop sign at Bigelow Gulch Road. Keep heading north, and the road becomes Bruce Road, which then intersects with State Route 206 running east and west. Turn right on 206. Follow State Route 206 for 15 miles to the park entrance, which is just past Kirk's Lodge. The Cross Country Ski Area is another 3 1/2 miles past the entrance. Turn right and go up the gravel road to the Sno-Park parking lot, where you will see the very nice ski hut. There is a map of the trails posted near the hut.