The Iller Creek Loop at Dishman Hills Conservation Area near Spokane,
Washington is a difficult 4.8-mile loop trail that features sweeping
views and granite monoliths, called the Rocks of Sharon.
The hike begins shrouded in ponderosa pines, but quickly ascends above the forest to panoramic views of the Washington Palouse, Spokane Valley, and Selkirk Mountains.
Rocks of Sharon / Big Rock - Mile 2.4
Around mile 2.4, hikers will reach "Big Rock" labeled on the official park map - this rock is also known as the Rocks of Sharon. Here, hikers get a south-facing view.
Also please see the official Dishman Hills Conservancy trail map for Iller Creek here.
Hikers will find parking at the coordinates provided near the trailhead.
Dogs are allowed if leashed and their waste must be carried out by the hiker.
Trail and photos provided in partnership by hike.io.
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