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The Liberty Lake Trail offers a paved north-south route through a suburb of Spokane. At its northern end, it connects to the famed Spokane River Centennial Trail, which stretches 37 miles through downtown Spokane and reaches the Idaho border. From that trail juncture, the Liberty Lake Trail heads south, paralleling N. Harvard Road. A grassy median separates the trail from the road and a few trees dot the path.
After a half-mile, the trail reaches Appleway Avenue. If you head east following the sidewalk along Appleway, you'll reach the Liberty Lake Stateline Trail after 1.5 miles. If instead you head south, you'll continue on the Liberty Lake Trail, which now parallels Liberty Lake Road. The trail crosses over busy I-90 on a pedestrian bridge, traverses the Trailhead Golf Course, and ends about a half-mile shy of the city's eponymous lake.
Parking is available at the Harvard Road Trailhead on the north end of the trail; the parking lot is on the west side of the road, south of the Spokane River.
Good connecting trail between north and south sides Centennial Trail
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