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Interurban Trail

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Simply the best trail system around

I did the portion from Old Samish Way to Larabee. I was a bit confused by the portion of dirt road... read more

Reviewed January 13, 2016
Akfishlady
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Bellingham, Washington
great views of the water and trees

Ride or run all the way from Fairhaven to Larrabee State park on grave trail. Great ride for... read more

Reviewed November 15, 2015
robayowhite
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auburn,WA
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A 5.5-mile biking trail.
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Bellingham, WA
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Reviewed January 13, 2016

I did the portion from Old Samish Way to Larabee. I was a bit confused by the portion of dirt road that is the trail but its was well worth the effort. Some moderate hills, muddy spots, slippery paths so not good for those who...More

2  Thank Akfishlady
Reviewed November 15, 2015

Ride or run all the way from Fairhaven to Larrabee State park on grave trail. Great ride for family or casual riders. also good access to the Chuckanut MT trails for great climbs and fast descents.

1  Thank robayowhite
Reviewed October 26, 2015

This is another good trail to go for a nice long walk. Plenty of off shoots through neighborhoods and close to stores.

2  Thank Carol L
Reviewed October 6, 2015

Launching out of Fairhaven a great trail built on on old rail so wide and few steep hills. Taylor Dock to Blvd Park can be crowded but great people watching. Head south and easily share the trail with the runners, dog walkers, and mountain bikers....More

Thank Bill M
Reviewed September 26, 2015

Well marked trails suitable for the 67 year old, her marathon daughter and her two grandchildren, 4 and 6 year olds. That's a feat itself. Beautiful trees reaching way up there, with the water maybe not the highest but large enough for some nice pools...More

Thank Yvonne C
Reviewed September 23, 2015

Bellingham has a wonderful network of trails to walk and bike. We have explored some of them and will be back to check out more.

Thank Glam60
Reviewed September 9, 2015

The interurban trail is one of the best things about Bellingham. The paths are clean, the air is fresh and the walk is exhilarating. The wildlife is highly visible as you follow the well marked trail.

Thank msglaigaie
Reviewed July 10, 2015

The trail starts in Bellingham and goes nine miles south to Larabee State Park. Trail goes through Boulevard Park, across Taylor dock, with a beautiful view of Bellingham Bay. Then it goes through Fairhaven and into the the woods toward the Chuckanut Mountains. The ride...More

2  Thank J5029JApeterb
Reviewed June 28, 2015

Great place to stroll and walk and hike and relax with friends and family. It is a beautiful setting that we really enjoy when we are in Bellingham.

Thank Joel K
Reviewed June 14, 2015

There are so many different trails to take and enjoy - the selection is endless. I have only just begun to explore all the options, but we love that they are so well used by everyone - young and old alike. They feel very safe...More

1  Thank Debjaloha56
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