Lummi Island Circumnavigation

Paddle around one of the San Juan Islands that is not frequently visited by power boaters. The southern end is rugged and hosts a Cascadia Marine Trail campsite. Southerly winds can create rough paddling conditions with an opposing current, and there are moderate currents on the east side of Lummi and Rosario Strait to the west.

launch points

  • Gooseberry Point, Lummi Indian Reservation
  • Bellingham Bay. Larrabee State Park
  • Wildcat Cove
  • Lummi Island (includes a short ferry ride)
  • Difficulty: Sea Kayak II/III
  • Length: 19.0 nm
  • Land Manager: Land Manager TBD
  • Parking Permit Required: None
  • Default Party Size: 8
  • Maximum Party Size: 8
  • Sea Trails Lummi Island, Bellingham & Samish Bays WA005
  • NOAA Bellingham to Everett No. 18423
  • NOAA Strait of Juan de Fuca to Strait of Georgia No. 18421
  • NOAA Bellingham Bay No. 18424
  • Red Marker
    48.748353, -122.715382
    48.748353004 -122.715382467
  • Red Marker
    48.640535, -122.608864
    48.6405354788 -122.608863835

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