Liberty Mountain Trails

Liberty Mountain Trail System

The Liberty Mountain Trail System consists of over 50 miles of single and double track trails and logging roads spanning approximately 5,000 acres. The mountain rises to over 1,360 feet offering cross country and gravity-fed trails for both hiking and mountain biking.

Directional signs, map kiosks, and safety signs provide easy navigation for trail users. The trail system is open to the public during daylight hours.

The trail system is for individual use only. Any organized group activities or events must email a request of approval to the Department of Outdoor Recreation.

Trail Map

*PLEASE NOTE: Graves Ridge is currently closed due to local construction.  We apologize for the inconveniance.*

NOTICE:

ROTC Training Exercises in Progress

Please be aware that the Liberty Army ROTC program will be conducting a training operation on Liberty Mountain from Friday, November 17th at 12:00pm until Sunday, November 19th 6:30pm.  During this period, many trails will be closed and cadets will be stationed along the trail system.  This training will include dummy weaponry and simulated fire.  Please do not be alarmed if you encounter these cadets.  Outdoor Recreation and ROTC will do our best to promote public safety and convenience during this training activity.

The majority of the simulation will take place between Lake Hydaway Road and Dirty Ridge.  Please avoid these areas if at all possible.


LMTS

The Liberty Mountain Trail Series (LMTS) is comprised of six trail running races that are held on the Liberty Mountain Trail System (Fall Race Series & Spring Race Series). For more information on these races please click here.


 

Contact Information

Emergency Contact (LUPD): (434) 582-3911
Questions, Suggestions or Concerns: (434) 592-6284 or OutdoorRecreation@liberty.edu.

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