Explore Spokane Valley on a selection of Multi-Sport Activities

Valleyfest, Spokane Valley’s premier community festival, has shifted to an area wide celebration for its 31st year. Valleyfest challenges the community to:

Find fun adventures in locations throughout the Spokane Valley.

Select from a list of Valley experiences to get your adrenaline surging and endorphins moving while enjoying our beautiful area. The goal of the event is to get the community outside to enjoy what Spokane Valley has to offer while staying safe during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Friends, families, and businesses are encouraged to participate in these multi-sport adventures by completing one or be super ambitious and do all 10 outdoor challenges.

All finishers get a Virtual Swag Bag. All competitor will be entered into a drawing for great Valley gear and competitors who complete at least three of the challenges will be entered into a drawing for a big basket of Spokane Valley prizes.

Who can participate? People who want to be active and explore Spokane Valley.

When? Saturday, September 19 through Sunday, September 27, 2020 – PROBABLY SEE EXTEND BECAUSE OF BAD AIR QUALITY.

REGISTRATION OPEN UNTIL SEPTEMBER 26, 2020 – Visit RaceRoster.com

The cost to register is $5 plus a processing fee of $1.58.

The registration deadline is Sept. 26.  To register and submit proof of challenge completion, go to the event page and login to Race Roster: https://raceroster.com/events/2020/33814/multi-sport-valley-challenges

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Challenges – Choose a favorite location TODAY.

Valleyfest Multi-Sport Valley Challenge

Sponsors:

Horizon Credit Union

Fleet Feet Spokane Valley

Challenge 1: Appleway Trail – Run/Walk/Bike/Roller Blade

181 S University Rd, Spokane Valley, WA 99206
The 5.1 Appleway Trail is constructed on the old Milwaukee Railroad right a way. It is a beautiful greenbelt that runs east to west between University and Sullivan.
Click here for Trail Map – pdf file from City of Spokane Valley

Appleway Trail

Challenge 2: Centennial Trail

Run/Walk/Bike/Roller Blade – 5K or 10K

Explore incredible vistas along the entire Spokane River Centennial Trail span.

Challenge 3: Spokane River
Canoe/Kayak/Standup Paddle Board

Valleyfest Multi-Sport Valley Challenge

There are many places to enter the Spokane River. 

Stateline (26715 E Spokane Bridge Rd, Liberty Lake, WA 99019);
Harvard Road (2700 N Harvard Rd, Liberty Lake, WA 99019);
Baker Road (2385 N Barker Road, Spokane, Spokane Valley, WA  99027);
Sullivan Park (1901 N Sullivan Rd, Spokane Valley, WA 99216);
Mirabeau Point Park (13501 Mirabeau Pkwy, Spokane Valley, WA 99216);
Plantes Ferry (12093 E Upriver Drive, Spokane, WA  99206);
Island Trailhead (11543 E Upriver, Spokane, 99206);
Boulder Beach (7116 E Upriver Drive, Spokane, WA  99212)

Challenge 4: Dishman Hills Natural Area
Run/Walk/Hike

698 S Sargent Rd, Spokane Valley, WA 99212

Valleyfest Multi-Sport Valley Challenge

Challenge 5: Dishman Hills Conservation Area
Iller Creek Trails – Run/Hike/Bike

9114 E Holman Rd, Spokane Valley, WA 99206

Challenge 6: Dishman Hills Conservation Area
Glenrose – Run/Hike/Bike

3700 S Thierman Rd, Spokane, WA 99223

Challenge 7: Beacon Hill and Camp Sekani
Mountain Bike

6724 E Upriver Dr, Spokane, WA 99217

Mountain Bike Trail DETAILS

CLICK HERE from Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance

CLICK HERE from MTB Project

CLICK HERE from All Trails

Beacon Hill and Camp Sekani

Challenge 8: Mica Peak Conservation Area
Mountain Bike

20250 E Belmont Rd, Mica, WA 99023

Mountain Bike at Mica Peak

Click here for more details from Spokane County.

Click here for area map from Spokane County.

Challenge 9: Minnehaha Park
Rock Climb

5625 E Upriver Dr, Spokane, WA 99217

Rock Climbing at Valleyfest

Challenge 10: Antoine Plante Bronze Statue
Run/Hike/Walk

12320 E Upriver Drive, Spokane Valley, WA 99202

FIND the Antoine Plante bronze statue at Plante’s Ferry by David Govedare and Keith Powell 
The great pioner and settler of Spokane Valley. Antoine lived from 1812 to 1890 and he built the first commercial ferry service in Eastern Washington that across the Spokane River in 1858.

Click here to learn more about Antoine Plante at HistoryLink.org written by Jack and Claire Nisbet

Click here to learn more about Plante’s Ferry Park at SpokaneHistorical.org written by Benjamin Sanders

Click here to learn more about Plante’s Ferry at SpokaneHistorical.org written by Robert M. Lambeth

Antoine Plante Spokane River