RiverPointe is a unique residential development sitting at the gateway to Hells Canyon, with spectacular views of the Snake River where it still runs free. The development lies within the city limits of Asotin, once a winter camping, hunting, and fishing spot for the Nez Perce Indians, who described the area as having “no wind, no snow.” Although officially part of the city, and benefiting from city water, sewer, and utilities, RiverPointe lies on the border, and overlooks the wild, pristine portion of the Snake River canyon.
Just a short distance from the entry to the development, a paved walking trail and sidewalk through the town of Asotin, Washington lead you to Chief Looking Glass Park and the beginning of this amazing system of trails developed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Walk, bike, rollerblade or run four miles along the Snake River from Chief Looking Glass Park to Swallow’s Park and a busy boat launch. From here, you’ll continue under the Southway Bridge, by beaches, through parks and beneath beautiful trees to the confluence of the Clearwater and Snake rivers. Restrooms are available along the way.
If you’re feeling really adventurous cross the Blue Bridge over to Lewiston, Idaho and continue along the Clearwater River, or turn South towards Hells Gate State Park.