June 8, 2020 / Destination Mund / Destination Mund

Explore the Outdoors in Bellingham, WA

The city of Bellingham in the state of Washington is one of one the best-kept secrets in the US. Located just 90 miles (145 km) north of Seattle, Washington and 55 miles (88 km) south of Vancouver, British Columbia, it is the largest city of Whatcom County. Bellingham has an urban feel yet is located next to amazing national parks and over 100 miles of beautiful shorelines. The city is an amazing place for outdoor activities, from multi-use trails to museums to islands, the options are infinite and must be explored.

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