Spokane is located on the east side of Washington
state 18 miles west of the Idaho state line and 110 miles south of the
Canadian border. As the largest city between Seattle and Minneapolis,
Spokane serves as the hub of the Inland Northwest.
Spokane has something for everyone, whether
you crave the quiet of skiing down a hill of freshly fallen snow, or if
you want to run or walk with over 50,000 of your closest friends at
Bloomsday, the largest timed road-race in the world.
Spokane has more than 80 arts organizations,
featuring music, theatre, dance, museums, galleries, community festivals
and a rich international culture.
With 260 days of sunshine per year, Spokane offers
outdoor recreation activities at any of the 76 lakes, four major rivers,
13 ski areas, and 32 golf courses in the area.
Additional information about the City of Spokane can
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