I have followed it from the air from Plummer, Idaho to west of Rock Lake (I initially reported Bonnie Lake which is in line to the north with Rock Lake - thanks Scott for correcting me) in the channeled scablands. Only 31 miles south of Spokane, the abandoned railway is easily accessible from the town of Rosalia via Hwy 195.
From the air, the trail looks pretty cool as it meanders along basalt bluffs and through cuts and valleys. There are a couple of trestles though a number of them have been removed some time in the past. The town of Rosalia has some of the most striking trestles which are formed of architectural concrete.
|Elevated sections with trestles removed usually have these on/off ramps to keep you going|
|Looking east toward Tekoa, WA|
|Cool trestle still in place.|
|Historic trestle outside of Rosalia, WA|
|North end of Rock Lake|
|The trail runs on the east/southeast side of the lake and this trestle and tunnel may be useable to cyclists|
|After the lake the trail turns westerly again|
|Trail runs through many man made canyons - this one has a really neat spire left in place|