Mt. Spokane

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Just 45 minutes from downtown, Mt. Spokane offers 1,000 skiable acres and a 2,000 foot vertical drop. It also boasts 45 runs, 23% beginner, 32% intermediate, and 45% advanced. Mt. Spokane operates day and night, with five double chair lifts taking skiers and boarders to the top of the mountain. Mt. Spokane also features a tubing hill and a terrain park.

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Mt. Spokane in 1955 (Spokesman-Review file)

Mt. Spokane in 1955 (Spokesman-Review file)

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Mt. Spokane in 1951 (Spokesman-Review file)

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Directions to the next stop: 49 Degrees North

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Head southwest on WA-206 W/N Mt Spokane Park Dr

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Slight right to stay on WA-206 W/N Mt Spokane Park Dr

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At the traffic circle, continue straight onto WA-206 W/E Mt Spokane Park Dr

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Turn left onto N Market St

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Turn right onto E Farwell Rd

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Turn right to merge onto US-395 N

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Merge onto US-395 N

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Turn right onto E Main Ave

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Continue onto Chewelah Calispel Rd/Clay/Flowery Trail Rd

Continue to follow Flowery Trail Rd
Destination will be on the right