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‘A win-win for everyone’: Local trail system expanding

Y Road Trail system project includes 17 miles of multi-use recreation trails

Mountain bikers Jeff Bowers and Henry Lawrence stop along a narrow path of the Y Road Trail to give way and chat with dog walkers Sarah Finger and Michelle Cousins.
Mountain bikers Jeff Bowers and Henry Lawrence stop along a narrow path of the Y Road Trail to chat with dog walkers Sarah Finger and Michelle Cousins, both of Bellingham. The Y Road Trail makeover, which will include 17 miles of multi-use trails, is part of the Baker to Bellingham Non-Motorized Recreation Plan. (Photo courtesy of Finn Hopper)
By Elliott Almond CDN Contributor
The Y Road Trail system below Stewart Mountain is undergoing a makeover with improved paths for mult
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