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Kendall Yard

Spokane, Washington, USA

Kendall Yard

Length19.7 mi
Elev. Gain734.7 ft
Est. Steps45000
Created by rsshort72
Introduction
Kendall Yard is a 19.7 mile (45,000-step) route located near Spokane, Washington, USA. This route has an elevation gain of about 734.7 ft and is rated as hard. Find the best walking trails near you in Pacer App.

Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture

Tourist Attraction
The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture, formerly the Cheney Cowles Museum, is located in Spokane, Washington's Browne's Addition. It is associated with the Smithsonian Institution and is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.The MAC, as it is colloquially known, also owns and offers tours at the nearby Campbell House, an 1898 house designed by architect Kirtland Cutter, and included on the National Register of Historic Places listings in Spokane County, Washington.

Latah Creek

Water
Latah Creek ( LAY-tə), officially known as Hangman Creek, is a large stream in eastern Washington and north central Idaho in the United States. The creek flows northwest from the Rocky Mountains to Spokane, where it empties into the Spokane River. It drains 673 square miles (1,740 km2) in parts of Benewah and Kootenai counties in Idaho, Spokane County and a small portion of Whitman County in Washington, where over 64 percent of its watershed resides.

High Bridge Park

Park
High Bridge Park is a 200-acre public park located at Riverside Ave. and A St. in Latah Valley, Spokane, Washington. It is open daily, without charge.Latah Creek runs along the eastern boundary of the park. The valley carved by the creek is crossed by three bridges carrying Interstate 90, Sunset Highway and a railroad.

Battle of Spokane Plains

Place
The Battle of Spokane Plains was a battle during the Coeur d'Alene War of 1858 in the Washington Territory (now the states of Washington and Idaho) in the United States. The Coeur d'Alene War was part of the Yakima War, which began in 1855. The battle was fought west of Fort George Wright near Spokane, Washington, between elements of the United States Army and a coalition of Native American tribes consisting of Kalispel (Pend Oreille), Palus, Schitsu'umsh (Coeur d'Alene), Spokan, and Yakama warriors.

Fort George Wright

Place
Fort George Wright is a land area in the northwest United States, located in Spokane, Washington. It is named after General George Wright, who had been stationed in the area.

Riverside Park Water Reclamation Facility

Place
Riverside Park Water Reclamation Facility is the largest wastewater treatment plant for Spokane, capable of handling up to 150 million gallons a day. During low flow periods, the outflow of the plant comprises up to 20% of the Spokane River's water. Until its construction in 1952 (completed 1958), Spokane dumped raw sewage into the Spokane River resulting in recurrent Typhoid fever outbreaks.

John A. Finch Memorial Nurses Home

Place
The John A. Finch Memorial Nurses Home in Spokane, Washington, also known as Finch Hall, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. It was designed by architects Whitehouse & Price.

Spokane Public Library

Place
The Spokane Public Library is a public library system serving the city of Spokane, Washington, US. It has five branches and a central library in downtown Spokane, along with a bookmobile and online services. The library system was acquired by the municipal government in 1894 and is funded by the city budget and a separate property tax.

Trail 212

Tourist Attraction

Bowl and Pitcher Overlook

Tourist Attraction
Route Details

Length

19.7 mi

Elev. Gain

734.7 ft

Est. Steps

45000
Created by
rsshort72
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