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The 11th annual US Trail Running Conference takes place at the Rosehill Community Center, 304 Lincoln Avenue, Mukilteo, WA 98275. The Rosehill Community Center enjoys the the most beautiful views and nicest facilities this area has to offer. The Center has floor-to-ceiling windows and stunning views of Possession Sound and Whidbey Island in Puget Sound.
Rosehill Community Center has complimentary parking for all attendees conveniently situated a short walk away from the Center entrance. The Center uses a trio of bins, for recycling, compost, and trash. Reusable glasses and containers will be used for all drinks. Snohomish PUD that supplies energy for the Center obtains their energy from 99% renewable sources. The Center accommodates and encourages the participation of people with disabilities.
The layout of the Conference room will enable the Conference to continue to provide an intimate, engaging atmosphere that promotes discussion from attendees and sponsors and exhibitors alike.
We are excited to bring the US Trail Running Conference to Mukilteo, and look forward to working with our partners Snohomish Sports Commission, and other contributing community departments.
The hotel options for Conference attendees can be found at this link.
Located in northwest Washington State, nestled between the sparkling blue waters of the Salish Sea and the rugged, snow-capped peaks of the Cascade Mountains is Snohomish County. Snohomish County begins 15 miles north of Seattle and about 120 miles south of Vancouver, British Columbia.
Snohomish County is home to endless activities for kids and those who are kids at heart! Watch orca whales frolic via the Puget Sound Express, Seattle’s premier whale watching tour. Make a Funko Pop or take a photo with a giant character at Funko in downtown Everett. There are miles of trails to explore and enjoy! Test your skills with laser tag or bowling at Arena Sports Mill Creek.
For information on lodging in Snohomish, click here.
Information on ways to travel to Mukilteo.
Low Carbon Ground Transport Options
Low carbon ground transportation options for getting to the conference venue (Mukilteo). Sound Transit “Sounder” trains and Amtrak Cascades from Seattle to Mukilteo Station (.5 miles, 9 minute walk to conference venue). Sample itineraries:
- SeaTac airport to Mukilteo via Sound Transit trains (90 minutes, $8.75). SeaTac airport station to International District/Chinatown station via light rail train – 31 minute ride / operates every 10 minutes. Cost $3. Walk 2 minutes from International District/Chinatown station to Seattle King Street station. Sounder commuter rail trains depart at 4:33 pm and 5:35 pm. 42 minute ride to Mukilteo station. Cost $5.75. VS. DRIVING: up to 90 minute drive with rush hour not including time to get a rental car. $100 per day with gas.
- Portland, Oregon to Mukilteo via Amtrak Cascades and Sounder (5 hours 15 minutes, $40). PDX to Seattle departs 12:00 PM and arrives 3:30 PM. Transfer to 4:33 pm Sounder train to Mukilteo arrives at 5:15 pm. VS. DRIVING: 200 miles, 4 hour drive not including rush hour or stops. $100 per day with gas.
SEATTLE-TACOMA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT (SEA) – Seattle–Tacoma International Airport, also referred to as Sea–Tac, is the primary commercial airport serving the Seattle metropolitan area in the U.S. state of Washington. It is in the city of SeaTac, approximately 14 miles south of Downtown Seattle and 18 miles north-northeast of Downtown Tacoma. You can see more details on SeaTac at this link.
PAINE FIELD AIRPORT (PAE) – Fly direct to Everett, WA from eleven U.S. destinations via Alaska Airlines and United Airlines. Conveniently located within 7-10 miles of Lynnwood and Everett. Bringing and planning your sports events became easier with the commercial air service. (Please check airlines-some flights have been suspended temporarily due to Covid restrictions). See more details on Paine Field at this link.
From the North: Head South on I-5. Take exit 189 for WA-526 W toward Whidbey Island Ferry. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for WA-526 W.
From the South: Head North on I-5. Take exit 182 for WA-525 N toward WA-99. Follow WA-525 N to Mukilteo Speedway
SeaTac International Airport
Air travel is just 45 minutes from Mukilteo by car along the I-5 corridor. Travel here is easy, scenic and convenient! For more information, visit www.portseattle.org/Sea-Tac/.
Washington State Ferries
The Mukilteo-Clinton ferry sails every 30 minutes from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. most days from the ferry terminal in Old Town Mukilteo to Whidbey Island. Approximate crossing time is 20 minutes. For fare and sailing information, call 1-800-808-7977 or visit www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferrries.
Sound Transit has a station in Mukilteo, offering commuter runs to Seattle each morning. For schedules and more information, call 1-800-201-4900 or visit www.soundtransit.org.