Liberty Lake Loop

#1 of 1 trails in Liberty Lake Regional Park
Liberty Creek Loop Trail is a 8.9 mile loop trail located near Liberty Lake, Washington that features a lake and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for birding, camping, hiking, nature trips & walking and is accessible from April until October.

8.9 miles Loop 1250 feet
birding camping hiking forest lake river
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Phill and Celia Magnuson

6 Completed4 Reviews

We took our german shepherd with us on this hike, and he was such a trooper. There were many steep switchbacks which were difficult to ascend, but the views and scenery along the way were worth all the effort. From the parking lot and back, it was 9.44 miles. The foliage is quite dense and adds decent protection from the weather. The day we went it was very windy and rainy, and we were down to t-shirts at one point. Great hike, we'll do it again.

Richard Maguire

3 Completed3 Reviews

Great little trail to figure out if you still have the legs for hiking given it is pretty much in town and decent enough to get your lungs going. Followed an owl through the old-growth sections for a bit; that was very cool. I went at it clockwise, and I think about a mile or two in, while you are walking along a nice little creek, you can take a slight left to walk side-slope for a bit. What is crazy is the scene you come upon with the 30's vintage car body strapped to a tree with a fairly new chain. It looks like this thing magically came into place given I could not see a road anywhere nearby, so who needs the chain? If some giant dude wanted to take the thing, let him. Anyway, absolutely perfect day for a walk.

Michelle W.

Ross Bindler

1 Completed1 Reviews

Very nice trail, we did it when there was dense smoke in the air, so we didn't get many views.

Jordan Wertman

1 Completed1 Reviews

Terrible trail! Poorly marked! Do not recommend!

Megan Collins

3 Completed3 Reviews

Michael Kouts

2 Completed2 Reviews

Good running trail, nice and wide, but was washed out about 2.5 miles into the trail. There were a couple deer on the tail and one fawn.

Sharon Bartlett

9 Completed9 Reviews

Easy and beautiful! There was some ambiguity with the trail map beside the waterfall so I opted not to go further.

kelly young

4 Completed2 Reviews


kelly young

4 Completed2 Reviews

Great long hike listening to the sounds of running water most of the way. We went up the switch backs and down the opposite side-which was a long strenuous downhill without switchbacks. I think it would have been harder coming up that way. Very beautiful and relaxing hike. Saw a snake on the path.