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Mount Spokane

This 40-mile trip takes you up to Mount Spokane, and at the summit, the stone Vista House, a historic warming hut with fantastic views.

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  Many years ago, Francis H. Cook, pioneer Spokane newspaper editor, acquired land on the summit of the mountain, built a cabin there, and began a campaign to have the area set aside as a recreational center. For a long time the only way to reach the summit was by trail; then a poor road was built; as of 1941 the construction of a good road with an easy grade...

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Mount Spokane Summit

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Vista House