Notice: Construction is ongoing in Riverfront Park and may impact some bicycle and pedestrian routes. Before you visit, please see the latest construction map for the best routes around redevelopment zones. Some attractions are currently unavailable due to redevelopment.
Named “One of the Top 12 Scenic Cable Rides in the World” in 2013 by Conde Nast Traveler, Daily Traveller, and MSN. The SkyRide Over the Falls offers spectacular views of the second longest urban falls in the United States. Enjoy a 15 minute ride in an “all weather” enclosed cabin. Each of the 15 cabins is ADA compliant and can hold 6 passengers.
The SkyRide offers the best, convenient, easily accessible, upfront views of the Spokane Falls that run through downtown Spokane. You will travel past art deco City Hall, then gradually drop down 200 feet over the Huntington Park Natural Area. From there, you will continue across the Spokane River in front of one set of falls, under the historic Monroe Street bridge and return to Riverfront Park.
While the best views are March through June when water is raging, there is always something new to see. Bring your camera and capture some memorable photos. The cabin windows open for clear shots. Sometimes, you can even catch a rainbow.
Children 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
The elderly, infants, and those with medical conditions should use extreme caution during hot days. Additionally, the SkyRide may be closed during high winds or temperatures over 90 degrees. It is recommended in the summer to make the SkyRide an early activity as it often gets warm and the attraction closes for several hours until the cabins cool down.
June 29 - August
Wednesdays - Sundays: 10am – 9pm
Closed Mondays & Tuesdays
(4th of July extended until 10pm)
September – May
11am – 7pm
Children 2 – 12: $5.75
Under 2: Free
(Ages 15 and under must be accompanied by an adult)
$1.00 per ticket discount for Military, Seniors (55+), college students, AAA, and groups 10+
The SkyRide shares a ticketing facility with the Skate Ribbon, located at the corner of Spokane Falls Blvd. and Post St.