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Mica Peak Conservation Area is a 1,794-acre mountainous, wilderness-like natural area on the west slopes of Mica Peak (elevation 5,200’). Acquired in 2013 (with an 884-acre addition in 2018) through Spokane County's Conservation Futures Program, this County-owned conservation area ranges in elevation from 2,800’ to 5,100’, thereby hosting a variety plant communities from sub-alpine to open Ponderosa pine forest, to aspen and birch groves that turn gold in the fall. Views overlooking Spokane Valley, the Palouse, and beyond can be taken in throughout the property. Mica Peak Conservation Area is contiguous and connected with Liberty Lake Regional Park, creating an over 5,000-acre block of County parkland.
Belmont Road Trailhead (Click here) | Webcam coming soon!