Day or night, the cove provides stunning views of Chuckanut Bay. Access is from the North Chuckanut Mountain Trailhead on Chuckanut Drive. Hike 0.2 miles up the Hemlock Trail to the Interurban Trail, then head south for about 0.5 miles and cross Chuckanut Drive to the Teddy Bear Cove trail. It is 0.2 more miles down to the beach.
That damn trail looked like the Oregon trail. So to tackle it, we broke it into 2x2x2: run 2 miles: Gu. run 2 more: Gu. run 2 more: Finish Line. Se we set off in a nice jog kep to plan, stopped to pee, Gu’d up, felt like crap and then realized that we could still break 6:30 if we hustled the last 2 miles. So C and I dug deep and went from 10min pace to 8 and sub-8 for the last 2 miles hoping.
Featured trails include the Chuckanut Ridge Trail, which is a technical trail, and the Double Black Diamond, which is a technical steep downhill. Bellingham Dirt Jump Park Located next the Bellingham Skate Park, this park features jumps and stunts on which biking enthusiasts can fine-tune their skills.
Hikers still can get to the Rock Trail via connecting routes, including the Double Black Diamond Trail. This route adds 6 miles round trip to the hike. This route adds 6 miles round trip to the hike.
Chuckanut 50k. 1.5K likes. The Chuckanut 50k is a community-driven, ultra-endurance trail race based in Fairhaven, WA. We're celebrating our 25th event in March 2017!
Start with a 1 mile climb up Dan's Traverse to the Chuckanut Ridge Trail.Turn left onto the ridge. You'll soon come to a great view of Mt. Baker on a clear day. Next you'll drop through a technical section for a short distance before looping around to an intersection with the North Lost Lake Trail.Take a right and continue on this wide, rolling trail.
For the full length of Double Diamond, push your bike up the short steep trail opposite the lookout. Or you can take the Cyrus Gates Connector trail at the SW corner which links back up shortly. Double Diamond serves up loamy turns peppered with roots, rock slabs, and the occasional abrupt corner. Larrabee State Park is beautiful, and there's.
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