Bellingham, Washington is a beautiful small city in Whatcom County, Northwest Washington, nestled between the Puget Sound, the Cascade Mountains, and British Columbia. Known for its livability, natural beauty, temperate climate and friendly community, Bellingham is also home to Western Washington University (WWU). The city is surrounded by deep forests, mountains, lakes, streams and the ocean, giving it recognizably and deliciously clean air.
While no one can explain the exact origin of Bellingham's nickname, “The City of Subdued Excitement”, it does perfectly describe the friendliness, laid-back appeal, and absolute enthusiasm “Bellinghamsters” have for living in this hushed corner of the Northwest.
In summer, locals take advantage of kayaking in Chuckanut Bay, hiking and paddling on the shores of Lake Whatcom, biking and camping in Larabee State Park, and sunsets down at Bellingham Bay.
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