Edith Hansen Trail and Liberty Creek Trail Loop

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8.4 mi
Distance
4 hrs 30 min
Time
terrain
1,277 ft
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Overview

This is a difficult loop trail in Liberty Lake Conservation Area. Beautifully forested, this hike offers woods, wildlife and a waterfall. Black bear and rattlesnake sightings have been reported in the 2019 season, so be prepared and respectful of wildlife in the area.

Getting Started

Entrance into The Liberty Lake Provincial Park has a $2 entry fee. From there parking and facilities are available. There is also a beach and camping opportunities in the park. Once you get to the cedar grove, the trail switchbacks steeply. The waterfall is about 3 miles into the hike. Continue climbing for a short while before starting your descent to finish the loop.


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    1 year, 3 months ago
    A wonderful hike with varied terrain. Part of the hike goes along a stream which is nice and cool for summer hiking.
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darcy 1 year ago
Liberty Lake Loop
Able to hike without traction devices today, although they are generally needed from first snow through April for packed ice on steep parts of the trail. From the beach I could see large rafts of Common Mergansers and Hooded Merganzers. From near Hughes’s Cabin saw a bald eagle.
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