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SPOvid-19 Local Adventure: Centennial Trail Pilgrimage

To help you make the most of your outdoor time and keep things fresh during the pandemic, the faculty of Eastern Washington University’s Recreation and Leisure Services Program in partnership with Out There Outdoors has created the SPOvid-19 Local Adventure Series. Episode 6 – Centennial Trail Pilgrimage By Chris Cindric Back in 2018, I was seeking a pilgrimage …

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Photo of the Centennial Trail by Jon Jonckers.

“Round Up” for the Centennial Trail through LIME Bikes and Scooters

Spokane, Wash.—In early May 2019, the City of Spokane launched a new season for the LIME electric bike and scooters program across the entire city. The City of Spokane unveiled their plan at the Bike to Work Week pancake breakfast, and promoted the program on social media soon after. Because so many Lime rides took …

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3rd Annual Stache Dash 5K and 10K run/walk along the Centennial Trail

Stache Dash, June 15th, 2019, in support of Elevations – A Children’s Therapy Resource Foundation.  New 5K and 10K scenic courses along the Spokane River on the Centennial Trail near Gonzaga.  Please join us for “The race that puts hair on your face!”  (Mustaches provided).  Register at StacheDash.org.

Woman cycling on the Spokane Centennial Trail with view of downtown Spokane in the background.

Spokane, Wash.—Centennial Trail Pedestrian and Cyclist Data

Data and numbers drive the majority of our public-land decisions these days. Near the end of 2015, the Washington State Department of Transportation installed an EcoCounter on the freshly paved section of the Centennial Trail in Kendall Yards to measure the user-type and popularity of the trail. For many reasons, this ‘newer’ section has received …

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Tabitha Wiltse: New Director for the North Idaho Centennial Trail

In December, the North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation announced Tabitha Wiltse as the new executive director. Wiltse is an accomplished runner and a true fan of the Centennial Trail. She previously worked as the gift officer for Children’s Village in Coeur d’Alene, and her nonprofit work also includes the Boys and Girls Club. “One of …

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2018 SpokeFest Bicycle Education Grant Awarded To Friends of the Centennial Trail

The Friends of the Centennial Trail (FCT) has been selected as the recipient of the SpokeFest Bicycle Education and Safety grant in the amount of $5,000. Wheel Sport Bicycles is the grant sponsor for this combined 2017-2018 award. With this grant and matching funds from the FCT, wayfinding and safety upgrades will be made to the …

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