Reconnect Earth would like to respectfully acknowledge that all of our spring trips take place on the stolen, sovereign territory of Coast Salish Indigenous peoples including the Lummi, Nooksack, and Semiahmoo.
Forests and Lakes: Hiking Chanterelle Trail, June 2nd
Hike up through the forest and emerge onto a lookout point with a spectacular view of Lake Whatcom, the Chuckanut Mountains, and Bellingham Bay. We’ll pause along the way to admire and discuss the plant and animal life, and for some fun yet thought-provoking activities. With the view of Lake Whatcom in the background, we’ll also talk about issues affecting this lake that supplies Bellingham with drinking water and opportunities to help improve the health of our waterways. This hike is about 5 miles round trip and steep in places. Bring lunch to eat on the trail. Physical difficulty level: Moderately difficult.
When: Sunday, June 2, 11:00am – 5:00pm*
Location: Meet at the North Lake Whatcom Trailhead (a 25 minute drive from WWU).
Suggested donation: $10. Register
*End times are approximate. While we’ll do our best to get back to the trip’s starting point by the advertised end time, we suggest not making plans that depend on finishing right on time. Some trips may also conclude slightly earlier than the advertised time.