Hike to Eagle Peak
Hike with us to the aptly-named Eagle Peak in the Dishman Hills Natural Area with stunning views of the Spokane Valley. This is a moderately strenuous 4 mile hike in the northernmost area of the Dishman Hills. The view from Eagle Peak shows the possible connection to the south conservation units known as Glenrose and Iller Creek.
This is a moderately difficult hike on rough trails. The trails may be muddy or rocky in places, so wear boots or shoes appropriate for uneven terrain. Weather can be iffy,
If you are interested in joining us and Spokane Parks, visit the following link to register through Spokane Parks and Recreation: https://secure.rec1.com/WA/spokane-wa/catalog?filter=c2VhcmNoPTIwMjYwNTc
We will depart from Camp Caro at 8am. Please park & meet the group in the lower parking lot by Appleway. Bring water and a snack. Dogs are allowed on leash. The hike is free, but we request you to sign up on our website so we know how many to expect.
Questions? Feel free to contact our summer intern Rhea at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LIABILITY WAIVER: By registering for this event, you agree to the following liability waiver: This outdoor activity will take place in an uncontrolled wildland, with forested, steep, mountainous terrain.Numerous hazards exist from traveling in these wildlands, including, but not limited to:
· getting lost and/or separated from the leader and/or group for a variety of reasons
· unpredictable extreme weather, lack of visibility due to fog or smoke, trail obscured by snow, downfall or other conditions;
· steep, uneven, broken, rocky ground and dangerous cliffs;
· covid, poison ivy, other poisonous plants, and potential eye and skin injuries from branches;
· potential for bee stings, tick infections, other insect bites and stings, and animal attacks.
I understand it is my responsibility to not participate in any activities that are beyond my physical abilities, or that would expose me to factors I am sensitive to. I also understand that it is my responsibility to wear footwear and clothes that are appropriate for weather conditions and these wildland activities. Participation in this activity requires a waiver of the right to sue the Dishman Hills Conservancy, employees and volunteers for any and all claims including negligence resulting in personal injury, accidents and property loss arising from participation in this activity. Participation in the activity is risky regardless of the care taken to avoid injuries and accidents that may cause death or disability. By signing this waiver, I agree to indemnify and hold the DHC harmless from any and all claims, suits, procedures, costs, expenses, damages and other liabilities including attorney’s fees.