5 Easy Hikes in Bellingham, WA for Kids
Here are our favorite 5 easy hikes in Bellingham for families in our new series #pnwkidstravelguides: Did we miss a gem? Tell us in the comments below.
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5 Must See Hikes in Bellingham
1. Point Whitehorn Marine Reserve -1.6 miles roundtrip. This is an awesome little hike that combines beautiful wetlands and gorgeous shoreline. It's a perfect spot to take the kids birding.
2. Teddy Bear Cove-1.9 miles. This gorgeous spot has views out over Chuckanut Bay and the San Juan Islands. You can hike in the forest here and get to some amazing vistas that look out over the bay.
3. Sehome Hill Arboretum 2.4 miles: This Arboretum has an overlook tower, informative trail signs, and an outdoor sculpture collection. Plus it has a really cool tunnel!
4. Lake Whatcom Park-Varies. This is an easy hiking spot for young kids as it only has 100 FT of elevation gain + has lots of interesting features like lakes, waterfalls, and beautiful streams.
5. Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve -4.8 Miles. This beautiful estuary is located where the Skagit River meets the Salish Sea and another spot to go birding!
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