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Earth Elements is a Bellingham based, eco-friendly outdoor company that offers year-round experiences that allow people from all walks of life to discover the magic and connection within the diverse ecosystems of the wild and sacred landscapes of the Salish Sea. We are passionate about igniting curiosity, connection and conservation in the hearts and minds of explorers in the Pacific Northwest.

tide pooling + beach walks

Exploring where the land meets the sea. From sea stars to sea vegetables learn about and discover the magical and sometimes hidden ecosystems that thrive with the tides of the Salish Sea. 

 coastal mountain hiking 

Mindfully wander from the edge of the sea, through the giants of the forest, to fresh water lakes and beyond as you enliven your mind and senses in the diverse wild of the Coastal Chuckanut Mountains.

full day = salt H2o to fresh H2o

Combine the best of both worlds as we spend one full day exploring the natural wonders of the Salish Sea. Beginning at the beach for low tide explorations and a lap around a mountain top fresh water lake with views of the San Jaun Islands the entire way.  

sunrise and sunset walks

Wake up or wind down a perfect day with breathtaking views of the majestic San Jaun Islands. These hikes are customized for your choice of beach or mountain  views.

what to expect: prep and gear list

New to the area, visiting, or a local and wanting to get oriented and feeling confident out in the abundance of trails and shoreline surrounding Bellingham and the Salish Sea?! 

forest bathing

Nope, not a literal bath. Slow down, unplug from technology and life's daily grind through mindfulness and connection.  Gain tools to help you tune into your senses and connect with nature's healing elements. 

women in the wilderness

New to the area, visiting, or a local and wanting to get oriented and feeling confident out in the abundance of trails and shoreline surrounding Bellingham and the Salish Sea?!