Burping Brook Loop

Mount Spokane State Park, Washington 99003

Burping Brook Loop

Burping Brook Loop Professional Review and Guide

"The Burping Brook Loop traverses a maze of trails, through diverse forests and along bubbling streams. While not very physically demanding, it has enough junctions and turns to be a little challenging. It’s a good hike on which to teach children how to follow directions and read maps, while never really getting very far from the trailhead.

The hiking directions below are fairly complicated (more so than the route really is). Keep a close eye on the map in this book as you hike so that you don’t miss a turn. There is a large paved parking area along the road 50 yards southeast of the trailhead but no other facilities. The elevation at the trailhead is 3,880 feet."

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"Hike on several trails through conifer forests and along bubbling streams. This route is not very physically demanding but has enough turns and junctions to be challenging. The Burping Brook Loop hike is an exercise in following directions and reading a map. The hiking directions
included here are fairly complicated (more so than the route really is). Keep a close eye on the map as you hike so that you don’t miss a turn.

Pets must be on a leash and under physical control at all times. Mountain bikes and horses are also allowed on these trails. Most of this route is marked with blue-diamond cross-country-ski markers and is a designated ski trail during the winter season."

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Trail Information

Mount Spokane State Park
Nearby City
Trail Type
Dirt singletrack and gravel roadbed
Skill Level
1-1.5 hours
Summer and early Fall
Mount Spokane State Park, 26107 North Mount Spokane Park Dr., Mead, WA 99021; (509) 238- 4258; www.parks.wa.gov
Local Contacts
Mount Spokane State Park map, produced by Washington State Parks and available at the park entrance booth, or the map in this book
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Nov 2018