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Interurban Trail (Snohomish County)


 Paved trail/ bike lanes from edge of south Snohomish County all the way to Everett. A few hills but mostly pretty flat. Sometimes it seems not so much a trail but more an exercise in navigation, especially at the south end where trail signs are few and far between. Much of the "trail" is actually on streets, but most do not carry heavy traffic. Has a few tunnels and bridges as well as some sidewalks, mainly around the Alderwood Mall area. Links to the new Interurban Trail in Shoreline at Meridian Ave & 205th St in King County/ 76th Ave W & 244th St SW in Snohomish County.
Sign for the Interurban Trail

Location: Snohomish County
City(s): Mountlake Terrace, Lynnwood, Everett, WA
Length: 15.1 miles.  

Popularity:
 Somewhat
Elevation: Gradual uphill bulge in middle
     Gain 
     Loss
 
Facilities Trail Condition  
Drinking Water:  Yes
Restrooms:  Yes
Benches:  Yes
Picnic Tables:  No
Surface Type:  Paved
Surface Quality:  8
Scenery:  3
Lighting: 1
Ratings:

0 = none/ the worst
5 = average
10 = excellent


Website: http://www1.co.snohomish.wa.us/Departments/Parks/Park_Information/Park_Directory/Regional_Parks/Interurban_Trail.htm
Maps:
Connection to Burke-Gilman Map
Edmonds proposed trail map
Interurban Trail Map
Lynnwood Parks Map
Map to Snohomish County Parks
Mountlake Terrace Parks Map
South part of trail map
Connections:
1. Connects to the Scriber Creek Trail at the south end of the Lynnwood Transit Center
2. 2 blocks away from the North Creek Trail (near the old Drive-In Movies)
3. Connects to the Shoreline Interurban Trail via 76th Ave

Expansions:
1. Edmonds is constructing its segment of the Interurban Trail to complete the connection between Mountlake Terrace and Shoreline. Part of this section is already complete.
2. City of Lynnwood has a new bike/ pedestrian bridge over 44th Ave W. and added 1500 feet of missing trail.


Photo Gallery


A down arrow? What does that mean -- Go back?


Tunnel on the trail


Near Alderwood Mall


Trail is relegated to a sidewalk on the north side of 128th St for a couple blocks.


Entrance to the trail at 128th St & I-5.


A new bridge makes it easier to cross I-5


Northern terminus of trail in south Everett (wasn't this on the cover of a Beatles album?)

 

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