Planned regional trail to be named for Puyallup People


Art provided by Anthony Duenas and Visualization by WSDOT


This concept visualization shows the art proposed for the spuyalepabš Trail near Wapato Creek South. Art will be visible on walls and fencing along the trail, with signage telling the story behind the artwork. Art is still in draft form and will be installed during the final stage of the SR 167 Completion Project.

Transportation officials announced last week plans to name a future 12-mile path connecting Puyallup, Fife and Tacoma the spuyalepabš Trail, a name chosen by the Puyallup tribe of Indians. The word spuyalepabš is the Lushootseed name for the Puyallup People, translated as “people from the bend at the bottom of the river.”

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