This is a very easy ride. The path is paved and very well marked. The segments that are on-street riding are very safe. There are no strenuous hills. Scenery is pleasant, but urban. This is a great outdoor choice where you can be on the trail in 30 minutes. The traffic is heavy enough to make you feel safe if you are riding alone, but the path is not cluttered like you find on the Burke Gilman. Round trip it is 30 miles so it is a good workout. There are no toilet facilities on the trail so plan appropriately.
- 15.1 miles of designated paved trail
- 12-foot Wide Class I Bicycle/Pedestrian Trail
The Interurban Trail is a regional hard-surfaced, non-motorized trail located in the PUD/PNW traction right-of-way. The trail begins in North Seattle and continues north through Shoreline, Edmonds, Mountlake Terrace, Lynnwood, unincorporated Snohomish County, and Everett.
Parking is available at S Lynnwood Neighborhood Park & Ride Lot on 44th Avenue West. There is an access point to the trail from the parking lot. This parking lot is a transit center for Community Transit Center. You can make connections from metro by clicking King County online trip planner. If you are coming car click the Lynnwood Park & Ride map.