Chuckanut Drive connects Bellingham to Skagit Valley and passes restaurants, bed and breakfasts, art galleries, and antique shops. The Drive offers a view of the San Juan Islands and a scenic alternative to Interstate Five.

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Away Travel Expert: Christine Loomis
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  • This 20-mile-long route is one of Washington's premier scenic drives and a must-travel in Bellingham. It winds through coastal forest, has views stretching out to the San Juan Islands, and features plenty of beaches, trails, and restaurants to stop at along the way.
  • Among the most popular trails accessed from Chuckanut Drive are the path to Teddy Bear Cove and Interurban Trail to Larrabee State Park. The Padilla Shore Trail is another great option.
  • Chuckanut Drive is also known as Route 11.


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