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humanity and biological diversity in south King County and the world we live in.
Accessible Trail

The Interurban Trail is a rail trail in King County. It is a partially paved 14-mile recreational trail open for non-motorized use.

It connects Tukwila to Pacific, and the towns of Kent, Auburn, and Algona along the way. The trail occupies an abandoned Puget Sound Electric Railway corridor and connects to the Green River Trail. When completed, the trail will extend south through Pacific, across the county line into Sumner and Puyallup where it will connect with the Pierce County Foothills Trail and the planned Edgewood/Milton Interurban Trail.

Following the BNSF railroad south, the landscape passes through historic industrial areas and suburban lands before crossing the broad Green River Valley. The Interurban is an excellent north-south off-road, nonmotorized route that is popular with commuters between south King County and employment centers in Auburn, Kent, Tukwila, Renton, and Seattle. Access and parking are provided at numerous locations along the trail. Birding can be good in the trees and bushes to the side o the trail, especially at migration time.

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