Liberty Creek Loop Trail is an 8 mile loop located near Liberty Lake,
Washington that features waterfalls, a creek bed, bridges, single
track, and switchbacks with canopied cedar groves. The start and
finish are an out and back, then runners hit the trail going clockwise. The first 2 miles are relatively flat with a mild
climb. At the cedar grove you cross the creek and start climbing with
2,800 feet of elevation gain/loss. The climb is tough but worth it!
The cedar grove and waterfalls between mile 2.5 and 4 are so
beautiful. At mile 4 there is one aid station with GU gel and brew.
Then there is a 2+ mile descent on a fire road, finishing with more
single track and you are almost home. Great food awaits you at the
finish line! This trail run is rated as difficult.
Take the Liberty Lake exit off of I-90. Go East on Appleway Avenue 0.8 miles and turn right (South) on Molter. Go 1 mile and turn left on Valleyway. Valleyway becomes Lakeside Road when it bends to the right around the East end of Liberty Lake Golf Course. Turn right off Lakeside Road at the park sign. It is 2.3 miles from here to the entrance of Liberty Lake County Park.
2/8/13 - 3/15/13 $30.00
3/16/13 - 4/15/13 $35.00
4/16/13 - 5/9/13 $40.00
High quality technical shirts available at check out.
I am an avid trail runner/ mountain Biker/ hiker. My Goal is to share my love. I am going to offer Trail races in the inland Northwest that will offer challenging courses, (sometimes you will want to kill me) and a fun environment. My goal is to use these races to raise funds for the Local High School Cross Country Teams. With a bigger goal of helping High Schools start a XC programs. Not only will I offer Trail Races but will also offer XC Mountain Bike races.
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