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“There are three and a half miles of trails in Whatcom Falls Park. Many routes wind through the forests here, some overlooking the creek gorge and still pools. Some wind through open meadows, while others stay in deep forest. A WPA-built stone bridge greets visitors, just 100 yards from the parking area. It's a beautiful, mossy wonder that makes a great destination in and of itself, though further wandering in the park is a fantastic day outing. Connect to Bloedel Donovan Park, the Railroad Trail, or do a one-mile loop in the park by beginning in the Silver Beach Road parking area, near the stone bridge at the main falls.”
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“Great views of downtown Bellingham from a historic tower. You can hike there from Western's college campus or drive to the top for the sweeping views. There is also a cool old tunnel the model T's used to drive through.”
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“The Interurban Trail is a rail trail in Whatcom County, Washington. It runs 6.6 miles between Fairhaven and Larrabee State Park in the Bellingham area. Popular with hikers and bicycles, the trail runs parallel to Chuckanut Drive though the Chuckanut Mountains.”
  • Рекомендует 1 местный житель
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“Its a wonderful trail through Bellingham up to Whatcom Falls Park. The start point is behind Sunnyland Elementary School with a pedestrian bike /foot bridge over I-5. you cross only a few roads and gentle grade, gravel trail up into Whatcom Fall Park. Views of Bellingham Bay from the Alabama Street Overpass. Wildlife and marsh birds may be observed at St. Clair Pond, Scudder's Pond and Lake Whatcom. ”
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