Ben Burr Trail is a 2.4 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Spokane, Washington and is good for all skill levels. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
nice hike.. snow in spots but kept nice... would walk again, great views of spokane
nice view points of Spokane
OK midcity walking, but don't get your hopes up.
Nope not worth it
First off when parking in the parking lot there were at least 4 bums living out of their cars parked there. I was there with my 6 kids..not ideal. Then we couldn't find the trailhead because it was under construction. We explored around anyway and all that we found were drug needles, broken glass, beer bottles and honestly drugged out druggies. Not at all a family friendly place I'd be taking my kids to again. Even if we had been able to get on the trail it's not a safe environment.
I live within walking distance of this trail. It was a nice walk and we enjoyed the view and scenery, but we passed some homeless camps, a used and discarded syringe, and had to carry the dogs over a few areas where there was broken glass.
It was shorter than expected. Strange neighborhood.
not a comfortable feeling there.. the nature was pretty but it feels and appears like a sketchy area.
I jog this all the time. it's beautiful
I live very close to this trail and have been on it a lot. It is actually a nice trail for being in the middle of the city. However, I have come across a handful of homeless camps and have seen some shady dudes on this trail. Underhill and Liberty parks are connected by the trail. Both look nice but again watch out for any unsavory characters. I don't want to give the trail a bad reputation because nothing has happened to me but just be careful.
I walked this trail with my dog, Riley, today. It's a nice walk in the woods in the middle of the city. Almost straight at a gradual slope. We walked from the west end of Liberty Park to the suspension bridge , uphill all the way. Beautiful weather, some nice views, only 3 other people, one with a dog. Probably won't go there again.