Hiking Whatcom County
Hundreds of miles of trails in Whatcom County, Washington, lead to storm-sculpted rocky shorelines, rain-shadow beaches, lowland fields and flowers, lakes, streams, verdant forests, waterfalls, and the breathtaking alpine meadows, glaciers and towering peaks of the North Cascades, making this one of the most enjoyable regions to walk in Northwest America. This guidebook offers a comprehensive selection of the region's trails, from the easiest walks to the most strenuous hikes throughout the county -- from Mount Baker to the Chuckanuts, the Salish Sea to the North Cascades. Also included are the best times to hike, plus listings of parks, campgrounds, viewpoints, and water access areas.
Specifications of Hiking Whatcom County
|Publisher||Northwest Wild Books|
|Number Of Pages||256|
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