Let’s Talk Trails

Is there a connected trail 
system across Puget Sound today? 

Well yes, and no. Currently, the region has 450 miles of regional trails. But there are big gaps in the regional network. Today, the Puget Sound region, access to trails–just like life expectancy–is determined by your Zip code.  Our goal is to create an equitable, world-class, interconnected trails system to knit together all the communities in the region. 

Who is this trail network for?

The Leafline Trail Network is YOUR trail network. An interconnected network of trails will serve people walking, riding, and rolling at all ages and all abilities. Take a trip with Leafline and enjoy the fresh, Northwest outdoor air.

Walkers, families, and cyclist on Sammamish River Trail

What benefits will a trail network like this bring to my neighborhood?

Trails lead to better quality of life in many ways, including: access to free and safe places to recreate and exercise, better air quality by enabling more trips by biking or walking, providing green spaces to benefit plants, animals, and water quality, and connecting active, resilient, and healthy communities.

How can I help? 

Coalition Contact:

Claire Martini
Project Manager
Email: claire@leaflinetrails.org

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