by Lizz Giordano
On Wednesday, March 30, King County Parks broke ground on the third segment of the Lake to Sound Trail. Once fully completed, the 16-mile multiuse path will link the southern tip of Lake Washington to the Puget Sound — from Renton to Des Moines — connecting several south King County cities and trails along the way.
The latest 2.2-mile segment will start in southern Burien, then run along SeaTac’s western edge, ending about a half-mile west of the Angle Lake light rail station. The segment is set to open late next year.Continue reading Lake to Sound Trail: Linking Trails, Communities, and Nature