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The High Drive Bluff Park
comprises about 500 acres of steep, partially forested hillside between SR 195, Hangman/Latah Creek, and High Drive on Spokane's South Hill.

>A network of trails winds among Ponderosa Pine and bunchgrass along the steep, sandy hillside.

>The area is frequented by hikers, mountain bikers, dog walkers, and runners.

>Deer, moose, coyotes, porcupines, and skunks - as well as numerous bird species - also utilize the Bluff.

Friends of the Bluff was formed as a community group of volunteers in 2010 as stewards of the High Drive Bluff Park in Spokane, WA.


Learn the history and mission of the Friends of the Bluff, plus the formation and history of the bluff itself. Get Contact info and a list of Board Members. 


The Friends of the Bluff are involved in 5 core activities:

   1. Sustainable Trails

   2. Forest Health/Fire Risk


   3. Weed Management

   4. Litter Removal

   5. Protection from


Get Involved

Volunteer Events are the core of our efforts to preserve and protect the bluff. 

Learn about upcoming service days.


The Friends of the Bluff is a 501(C)3 nonprofit organization. Your contribution is key to the purchase of tools and other elements that allow us to sustain and conserve the Bluff and its trails.

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Tuscan Ridge Protection

Tuscan Ridge is a 27 acre parcel at the southeast end of the Bluff near 57th and Hatch Road. The Tuscan Ridge property is in serious danger of eliminating access at 57th and eliminating a major portion of access.

     Learn more on the Protection from Development Page.

and Support your bluffs today!

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