Mica Peak Trail Plan & Development
The development of the Mica Peak Trail Plan was made possible through a NOVA grant from the Recreation and Conservation Office (RCO) and matching Conservation Futures M&O funds. Throughout 2016, Spokane County worked with Alta Planning & Design and various stakeholders to develop a non-motorized recreational trail plan for the 911-acre Mica Peak Conservation Area (now over 1,700 acres in size). The trail plan involved numerous public meetings, volunteer mapping days and stakeholder interviews throughout 2016. The outcome of this effort was the creation of a blue print for Mica Peak that includes renovation of existing trail, development of new trail, restoration of habitat and the installation of four season trail signage.
Currently, this project is in the trail development phase, which includes volunteer trail work by Washington Trails Association and Evergreen East Mountain Bike Alliance. When completed, the trail system will include over 14 miles of multiple use trails, include the County's first ever "flow trail," a directional mountain bike trail. Trails will be marked with trail signs as well as winter trail signs (blue diamonds).
The 14-mile trail system on Mica Peak has been completed! A huge thank you to Evergreen (East) Mountain Bike Alliance, Washington Trails Association and Spokane Nordic for helping make this project possible!
Critical partners in the project include: Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance East Chapter, Washington Trails Association, the Backcountry Horsemen of Washington, Spokane Nordic, Washington State Department of Natural Resources and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife.
- Conservation Futures M&O - $10,000
- Force Account Labor - $14,000 (Value)
- Volunteer In-kind Labor - $50,000 (Value)
- NOVA-Non-Motorized Development Grant - $106,000
Mica Peak Trail Map Updated 10/13/20
Mica Peak Trail Development Grant Presentation
Mica Peak Trail Plan (Full Document)
Mica Peak Trail Plan Graphic
Mica Peak Decommissioning Plan
Second Open House
First Open House
Hikers on Mica
Looking up towards the summit
Backcountry skiing on Mica