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John A. Finch Arboretum is 56.65 acres (22.92 hectares) of landscape that feature both regional and exotic plants. The arboretum is the perfect place for a walk or to learn about different plant species. There is a picturesque creek with a waterfall and bridge that runs through the arboretum. There is parking on site.
Spokane River Centennial Trail is a lengthy, paved trail, running along the Spokane River. It stretches from the Idaho state line to Nine Mile Falls and is divided into three distinct parts: the urban section, the valley section and the Riverside State park section. The 37 mile (59.5 kilometer) trail is a haven for cyclists, hikers and runners of all ages and levels of fitness. The Riverside State section is the most challenging part, and the most beautiful, with scenic views and lush green zones on either sides.
Mica Moon Zip Tours is the place to be if you've got a taste for adventure and a penchant for the extreme. Set amidst a thick blanket of trees, here you don't just enjoy the rush of adrenaline, but also take in the cool breeze, and spectacular views. Strap yourself, make your way up the ladder, and prepare yourself for a exhilarating ride over the forest and through mountain passages. You can be certain your in safe hands, with its team of professionals, providing all the necessary guidance before the ride.
Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge is a sprawling stretch of untouched natural beauty, in the city of Cheney. This blanket of lush green trees, little lakes and rocky surfaces, is a great hiking and camping zone, attracting numerous outdoor enthusiasts in the summer. Also home to numerous bird and animal species, spotting one of its residents is not a rare phenomena, while treading through this park. Park officials also organize a number of educational and informative workshops at this spot.