This view from Stewart Mountain, overlooking Lake Whatcom and Bellingham Bay, could become more available to hikers if the Whatcom County Parks and Recreation Department creates more trails on the county's newest parkland. A portion of the 8,844 acres of forestland includes Stewart Mountain on the east side of the lake.
This view from Stewart Mountain, overlooking Lake Whatcom and Bellingham Bay, could become more available to hikers if the Whatcom County Parks and Recreation Department creates more trails on the county's newest parkland. A portion of the 8,844 acres of forestland includes Stewart Mountain on the east side of the lake. Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
This view from Stewart Mountain, overlooking Lake Whatcom and Bellingham Bay, could become more available to hikers if the Whatcom County Parks and Recreation Department creates more trails on the county's newest parkland. A portion of the 8,844 acres of forestland includes Stewart Mountain on the east side of the lake. Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Trail planning underway for Whatcom County’s newest, largest park

March 15, 2015 04:00 AM

UPDATED March 13, 2015 04:11 PM

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