North of Spokane, Rossland has become a hiking mecca due to hectic gold boom in the late 1800s. The result of this boom is an extensive network of mining and logging trails, including the following: Dewdney Trail (15 mi.), Neptune/Oasis (15 mi.), Doukhobour Draw (9 mi.), Whiskey Trail (7 mi.).
Overall, Rossland is the 12th most popular hiking trail of all 18 hikes in British Columbia.