2 edition of Chuckanut-Lake samish Subarea found in the catalog.
Chuckanut-Lake samish Subarea
Whatcom County (Wash.). Planning Dept.
Written in English
|Statement||Comprehensive land use plan. May, 1986.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
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• The Chuckanut Lake Samish Subarea Background Document. Bellingham, WA, • The Birch Bay-Blaine Subarea Background Document. Bellingham, WA, Whatcom County Comprehensive Plan D- 2.
Draft Appendix D – Bibliography J • The Chuckanut Lake Samish Subarea Background Document. Bellingham, WA, • The Birch Bay-Blaine Subarea Background Document. Bellingham, WA, Primary Chuckanut Trails Hemlock Trail The Hemlock Trail is the main gateway into the northern part of the Chuckanuts.
From the North Chuckanut Mountain Trailhead and Arroyo Park, the Hemlock Trail links to the Lost Lake trails to the south and the Pine and Cedar Lakes trails to the east.
Start with a 1 mile climb up Dan's Traverse to the Chuckanut Ridge 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 a right and continue on this wide, rolling trail/5(7).
67% of the registered voters from the combined communities of Chuckanut, Lake Samish, Yew Street, Geneva and Sudden Valley. The new South Whatcom Fire Authority (SWFA) will start on January 1st It will be governed by five appointed fire commissioners (one from each of the communities).