Your Guide to Paddling Events | Bellingham, Washington

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100 miles of shoreline on the Salish Sea and an abundance of lakes and river options make Water Adventures a key part of the Bellingham experience. To view paddling guides & clubs, go here

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May 11
Vital Climbing Gym Presents Zoom Classes

The talented teachers from VITAL California and Bellingham locations have collaborated to bring our community a virtual class schedule. So now you can take yoga and fitness classes online while our gym and studios are temporarily closed due to COVID-19...

May 25
“Life In Synchro” Documentary Film

LIFE IN SYNCHRO chronicles the most feminist sport you've never heard of and the women athletes seeking to bring it Olympic recognition. Founded in 1956 by a father who saw the need for team sports for girls, synchro has been empowering generations of ...

Sep 13
Mt. Baker Hill Climb

Great views, fresh air, tough climbs. Ascend 4,098 feet from Chair 9 in Glacier to Artist Point (5,140 feet elevation) in approximately 22 miles. The Mt. Baker Highway (SR 542) is known as one of the most scenic paved roads in the country and rarely is...

Sep 27
Bellingham Bay Marathon

The 14th annual Bellingham Bay Marathon will take place Sunday, September 27. With views of Bellingham Bay, San Juan Islands and North Cascades we are often called one of the most beautiful road races in the Pacific Northwest. We offer a 5K, 10K, half ...

Oct 18
Trails to Taps Relay

Trails to Taps is a relay from Lake Padden through downtown Bellingham and beyond. Teams of 5-10 runners cover the 30+ mile course with distances between 1 to 5 miles per leg. The course travels through trails, roads, and parks, and each transition tak...

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