The Goose Butte Trail is a 6-mile loop trail located within the Spokane Area, Eastern Washington. Accessible all year round, the Goose Butte Trail is mainly used for fishing, wildlife viewing, camping, and hunting. A variety of bright and magnificent wildflowers such as bitterroots and buttercups dominate a bigger section of the trail. Indigenous birds such as hawks, waterfowls, and songbirds can be found along the trail. While the Goose Butte Trail does not offer lots of scenic views, hikers will be rewarded with panoramic views of the Crab Creek at the highest sections of the trail. Wildlife such as deer, coyotes, and badgers are quite common on the Goose Butte trail. While dogs are allowed on the trail they should always be kept on leash. Hikers may obtain drinking water from nearby natural water sources although they should remember to treat the water first before drinking.
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