Bike Bellingham – Downtown to Woodstock Farm

Duration:
12 miles
Tour Type:
Bike Tour
Group size:
6 Maximum
Activity Level:
3. Moderate Active
Skill Level:
2. Intermediate

$65

Discount:
  • December 12, 2021
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Total: 65
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Schedule

10am Meet at Recreation Northwest office 1126 N Forest St, Bellingham, WA 98225 https://g.page/RecreationNorthwest?share

10:10am Ride begins. 1/4 mile downtown using bike lanes to the Waterfront trail

10:30am Boulevard Park stop at Woods Coffee

10:45am Ride the boardwalk to Fairhaven Park exploring a network of trails and the Interurban trail

12pm Arrive at Woodstock Farm. Take a break, explore the farm and its history.

12:45pm Return ride to Recreation Northwest office using similar route

2pm Arrive at Recreation Northwest Office. Experience Concludes.

Your Experience

Beach Bike Tour Flora Forest History

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Description

Starting in Downtown Bellingham, you’ll ride the Waterfront Trail along Bellingham Bay. Enjoy views of Lummi Island, the San Juans, and Canadian Border Peaks in the distance. On Taylor Street Dock, you’ll pass through historic Fairhaven as you ride the Interurban Trail on an old railroad grade to Woodstock Farm. Stop along the way at historical points of interest of Bellingham.

This is a Round Trip out and back loop. Stop for snacks at Woodstock Farm and enjoy the views. Hear the stories of how these parks and trails came to be! 

We as an organization are adhering to the latest scientific data and safety measures regarding Covid-19 in alignment with the local health department. With all this in mind, we acknowledge the benefits of getting outside in nature with respect to mental health.

Your Guide

Todd Elsworth

As Executive Director of Recreation Northwest, Todd Elsworth promotes outdoor recreation and brings community together to enjoy, preserve and improve the places where we play. His decades of extensive event production, marketing and writing experience propel this passion. You might bump into him and his daughter Violet while they're biking, hiking, paddling or skiing in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.