January 29, 2018 / Steve Fennell / West Coast Suncruiser Magazine

Savour Your Trip in Bellingham

It's hard not to bring up microbreweries when talking about Bellingham and Whatcom County. After all, this coastal city in the northwest corridor of Washington State is home to more than a dozen acclaimed craft brew masters who tantalize the taste buds of locals and visitors alike. While most - if not all- restaurants in its downtown district offer a range of local ales and lagers, look beyond the city's beer expertise and you'll discover a vibrant area where you can enjoy local cuisine, browse unique shops, or enjoy the sights in and around the region. With 225 km (140 mil.) of shoreline, Bellingham and Whatcom County attract boaters from near and far. With much attention on its shoreline, it's often overlooked that Bellingham boasts 100,000 acres of productive farmland, ranking the region as a major agriculture player. In fact, its production is rated in the top three percent of all counties in the United States, raises more than 60 percent of the nation's red raspberries, and the dairy farms are the most productive in Washington State. Read the full Bellingham feature here. 

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