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位于华盛顿州东部的百年小径是一条经人工铺设的小径,沿着斯波堪河(Spokane River)蜿蜒而下,总长37哩,起自九哩瀑布(Nine Mile Falls),终于爱荷华州的边界。九哩瀑布也是河畔州立公园(Riverside State Park)的景点之一,游客可到此露营,步行或骑马探访该区的许多历史景点及自然景色。健行或骑脚踏车的人可以利用弯弯曲曲的桥梁跨越斯波堪河,观看沼泽地的蓝苍鹭,或者是浏览印地安石画区的岩石雕刻。

假如您沿着百年小径,朝河的上游走,它会越来越陡峭电动车辆不被允许在小径上行走,所以准备以走路、跑步或骑脚踏车的方式,面对这段难走的路然后,这条小径会穿过斯波堪市,抵达河前公园(Riverfront Park),这座公园内有许多吸引人的设施,如:平底轻舟,它会带领游客进行长达2,240呎的来回旅程,您可先到斯波堪瀑布的底端,然后再回到斯波堪市的市中心。

What's the longest nature trail you have ever been on?

The Centennial Trail in eastern Washington state is a paved trail that runs for 37 miles along the Spokane River -- from Nine Mile Falls to the Idaho state line. Nine Mile Falls is also the site of Riverside State Park, where visitors can camp and explore on foot or horseback the many historic sites and natural features of the area. Hikers or bicyclists can cross the Spokane River on the swinging bridge, watch for a blue heron in the marshlands or read petroglyphs (inscriptions on rocks) at the Indian rock paintings area.

If you head upriver along the Centennial Trail, it gets very hilly. No motorized vehicles are allowed on the trail, so be ready to walk, run or bike hard. The trail then passes through the city of Spokane and continues through Riverfront Park, which has additional attractions such as the Gondola, a chair-lift that takes passengers on a 2,240-foot round trip to the bottom of the Spokane Falls and into the heart of downtown Spokane.

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