WWU Grad Student Develops Online Galbraith Map
Virginia J. Cleaveland, M.Ed. in environmental education candidate, has developed an interactive website as the culminating project for her master’s degree. The project was created in collaboration with Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition and Western Washington University’s Huxley College of the Environment and Computer Science Department.
The website will allow WMBC to provide an official source of information about the trails at Galbraith Mountain to local recreationists and potential visitors. It includes trail information such as length in miles; open/closed status; elevation profiles; recommended routes for trail runners and mountain bikers; photos; points of interest including local shops, parking lots, kiosks, viewpoints and emergency checkpoints; and more.
GalbraithMountainMap.com was launched on June 6th and is now available for free. Thank you Virginia for all of your hard work and collaboration for making this project happen.
For more information regarding this map, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
To view this map click here: http://www.galbraithmountainmap.com/