Map of the Interurban Trail - Seattle to Everett


Interurban Trail - Seattle to Everett

Interurban Trail Washington map area

Interurban Trail


20 miles




Seattle, Shoreline, Edmonds, Lynnwood, Everett


Aurora Square, Lake Ballinger, Lynwood convention Center, Alderwood Mall, Everett Mall, residential neighborhoods, local parks


North Creek Trail




Regional Trails

The Interurban Trail system extends over 20 miles from the north side of Seattle to the middle of the City of Everett. It is a paved trail system that has some sections of trail that are separated from the roadway and other sections that are bike lanes along the roadways. There are also portions that are marked bike lanes that will take you all the way to Downtown Seattle. Along the route, the trail passes through the communities of Seattle, Shoreline, Lynwood, Martha Lake and Everett. It roughly follows the route of Interstate 5.


The Interurban Trail is paved the entire way. The trail is open for bike riding, running and walking.

Thie Interurban Trail has numerous road crossings and goes through urban sections of the Seattle area. The trail is not continuous and there are several sections where trail users will need to use local streets to reach the next section of trail.


The Interurban Trail goes past the following communities: Everett, Lynwood, Edmonds, Shoreline and Seattle.

Points of Interest

The Interurban Trail goes past the following points of interest:

Everett Memorial Stadium
Lowell Elementary School
Cascade High School
Everett Mall
Mariner High School
Pedestrian overpass at I-5 north of 128th Street SW
McCollum Park & Ride
Martha Lake Airport Park
Alderwood Mall
Lynnwood Convention Center
Pedestrian overpass at 44th Ave W.
Lynnwood Transit Center
Lake Ballinger
Aurora Village Transit Center
Echo Lake Elementary School
Shorewood High School
Meridian Park Elementary School
Pedestrian overpass at Aurora Avenue N
Aurora Square Shopping Center
Pedestrian overpass at N. 155th Street
Bitter Lake Playfield
Nearby Trails

North Creek Trail: this trail can be reached from McCollum Park on 128th Street SE in Everett.

End Points and Trail Description

The north end of the Interurban Trail from Seattle to Everett is located on 41st Street near Colby Street in Everett. This point is just west of Interstate 5 and just south of the Everett Memorial Stadium. From this location, the trail heads south, wandering through the residential areas to the west of Interstate 5. There is a large jog in the trail at the Boeing Freeway, Highway 526.

North of the interchange between 128th Street SW and Interstate 5, the main trail heads under the interstate to the east side and takes a jog at 128th Street SW. The Interurban Trail follows the east side on Interstate 5 until the interchange with Interstate 405.

There is a gap in the trail around 164th Street SW. Trail users must travel along Meadow Road and 13th Avenue W between Motor Place and 167th Place SW.

There is also a large gap in the trail near the interchange between Interstate 5 and Interstate 405. Trail users will need to cross the interstate on Maple Road to continue on the next section. The Interurban Trail follows the west side of Interstate 5 south of the interchange with Interstate 405 then heads to the southwest through the neighborhoods north of Seattle.

There are other gaps in the trail around the Lake Ballinger area. The trail is continuous between N. 200th Street and Ashworth Avenue to N. 110th Street and Freemont Avenue N. in the Northwest Seattle neighborhood.

The south end of the Interurban Trail is located along N 110th Street near Fremont Avenue N.


Following are links to official off-site resources to find out more details about recreational trails for bike riding, walking and running in Seattle, Washington.