Liberty Lake Loop Trail

MODERATE
#1 of 1 trails in Liberty Lake Regional Park
Liberty Lake Loop Trail is a 7.1 mile lightly trafficked loop trail located near Liberty Lake, WA that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from February until October.

7.1 miles 1509 feet Loop
birding camping hiking nature trips walking forest lake river views waterfall wild flowers wildlife
Hide Map

Parking is available for a fee.

Aldabella P.
3 days ago

Gorgeous rainy hike! We walked 6 miles without even knowing because the surroundings were so pretty! I will say we were confused with the waterfall directions because it's not mapped out well. Will absolutely do this trail again.

Danielle Loucks
3 days ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Rachel Dewald
4 days ago

2 Completed2 Reviews

Decent trail, some tough switchbacks but a great workout. our trackers showed 8.6 miles once completed so I'm wondering if we went a different route?? not busy at all for a weekend too.

Misty Walters
4 days ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Love these trails! The kids had a blast and so much to look at. Can't wait to go again!

Jessica Bowen
5 days ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Very pretty and a good work out!

Heather Jenkins
6 days ago

2 Completed3 Reviews

This hike is gorgeous!! Loved the creek and there are some amazing trees. I want to go back and hike to the Waterfall.

Heather Jenkins
6 days ago

2 Completed3 Reviews

This is a gorgeous hike. Beautiful scenery with the creek and some amazing trees. I am planning to go back and hike to the waterfall.

Jennifer Leigh
6 days ago

13 Completed10 Reviews

Loved this hike!!!

Lindsay Page
8 days ago

3 Completed2 Reviews

The trail is beautiful.. However it is about an 8.5 mile loop hike.. Starting out the trail is flat and easy and follows a creek.. Then you go up through switchbacks which makes me rate this trail as moderate. After we passed the waterfalls and reached the sign the rest the way was down. I suggest for the loop trail make sure you go towards the waterfalls first.. It is switchbacks, but then the rest the way is down.

Iain Smith
10 days ago

2 Completed2 Reviews

The trail traverses creeks, cliffs, a waterfall, ravines and beautiful forests of ponderosa pine. There are very few vistas as most of the hiking is in the woods. We tracked the mileage by my GPS and found it to be closer to 8 1/2 miles than the 7 stated on this site.

Ali W.
10 days ago

Beautiful! Not too busy!

Donny Brooks
11 days ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

nice hike with some good places with which to explore off the beaten path.

Manu Johnston
11 days ago

2 Completed2 Reviews

Teah Taber
11 days ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

There is a bird watching deck thing at the beginning of the trail that's breathtaking. There's informational boards that explain the history of the area. There's camp grounds and picnic areas with grills. There's a lake and beautiful houses to stare at on the drive over. The hike is full of large gorgeous trees and runs along the creek. A reminder why we are so blessed to live in Washington state.

Jennifer Oxrieder
1 month ago

2 Completed2 Reviews

As of 4-19-16 they've cleared the trail of windstorm debris. It is a well maintained trail and was marked well enough to find where to go. We went clockwise to the waterfalls which is challenging for a light hiker with many switchbacks. This side is more of a moderate hike. Moving counter clockwise on the trail is much easier and a bit more gradual with sections of more difficult terrain. The whole loop took just over 4 hours to complete moving at a steady pace with a few breaks. The waterfall was beautiful and worth the trek in the spring when it's at its most powerful.

Keelan Babinski
1 month ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Pretty cool spot to take the family, as of 4/16/2016 there are fallen trees from what I'd assume would be the wind storm with as many as there were. This made it difficult to Pursue the intermediate trail to the waterfall with the kiddo but we were able to manage through another route. Beautiful hike.

Christina ASH
1 month ago

11 Completed2 Reviews

Melanie Bowden
1 month ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

Fantastic trail! We went clockwise. Its a much steeper assent but you get a great view of the water falls. Our dogs had a blast too. Trail is in great condition, only wet in a few spots.

Sheila Huggins
1 month ago

5 Completed4 Reviews

Not "easy" for our first hike of the spring. This hike is moderate as you climb to the falls. The crowd thinned out to about 5 people in all as we climbed past the grove. We traveled clockwise. If you hike counter-clockwise, the markers are not clear to the falls. I think you may miss the falls if you aren't familiar with the trail. As the spring heats up, the switchbacks and steeper areas will not be as wet and would be a bit safer.

Casey Taylor
1 month ago

1 Completed1 Reviews

A little bit long for kids and lots of people but still a great hike. I would give 5 stars except the trail eventually washes out and you can't get to the falls.