Iller Creek Trail

Spokane County Parks - Iller Creek Conservation Area

This work party starts at 8:30AM
Sun, Jun 05, 2011

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Views from Iller Creek Conservation Area

Eastern Washington - Spokane Area. Join us for a day of trail improvements and maintenance within Spokane's Iller Creek Conservation Area. We will address additional maintenance projects on trails within the area. The work will involve coming up with solutions to divert water of the trails, cutting back brush, and other much-needed projects that will be determined by your crew leader.

The Iller Creek drainage begins at south end of property and flows through cool, north-facing valley along lush riparian corridor and contains 163 invertebrate species, 86 bird species, 15 mammals and 2 amphibians. The area provides white-tailed deer and Rocky Mountain elk winter range and migratory corridor and a nesting area for Red-tailed hawks.

Driving directions:
From I-90: * Take Argonne Road exit, #287 * Drive south on Argonne Rd * Continue past Sprague Avenue onto Dishman-Mica Road, drive approximately 2.8 miles * Turn right at Schafer Road stoplight * Turn right at stop sign on 44th Avenue, drive 0.2 miles * Turn left on Farr Road, continue to stop sign * Turn right on Holman Road, drive 0.8 miles to cul-de-sac * Park in cul-de-sac, where we will meet.

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GPS coordinates are only approximate, please always use the written driving directions when trying to find a trail head


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