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Welcome to

Fairhaven Runners & Walkers!

   Fairhaven Runners is a running/walking lifestyle store where you will find expertise and professional help with getting the right type of shoe, apparel or accessories for optimal performance. A lot of places sell things like shoes, socks and footbeds. We sell our expertise in fine tuning all the “things” that make running and walking a much better, safer and enjoyable experience for you.

   Runners and walkers from near and far visit us for weekly run/walk groups, clinics and social runs as well as the gear they need. Find great brands like Adidas, Asics, Altra, Brooks, Hoka, Merrell, Mizuno, Montrail, New Balance, Nike, Patagonia and Saucony,  on the shelves.

   Get started and keep going with help at Fairhaven Runners. We are here for you. Visit the premier community running/walking store in Northwest Washington!

   While you are here, take a look at our Store Events and Programs page to see if there’s a clinic or event coming up that might interest you.


Catch the Wave! A Mizuno partnered All-Paces Run

Tuesday, July 19th 6pm run starts/5:45pm check-in Get ready to “hit the beach” at this tropical themed party on the run. Follow a waterfront hugging course with some running over water dock crossings. Experience Mizuno’s unique Wave technology in a […]

Featured Products

Sunshine Essentials

Tifosi Sunglasses With the weather getting nicer and outdoor activity ramping up, Tifosi Optics are a great way to keep the squinting at bay. The no-slip, sweat-resistant grip and adjustable frame allow for a great fit, and the variety of […]

Local Running Clubs

  Greater Bellingham Running Club GBRC promotes health and fitness through participation in running on road, track and cross-country. GBRC sponsored running events are open to all ages, members and non-members, males and females, joggers and racers of all levels. […]

Trails & More

Could you run from Bellingham Bay to Baker and Back?

Date: Postponed On June 3rd, Cascade Mountain Runners founder Daniel Probst assembled a group of 12 athletes to run (hike and climb) from Bellingham Bay to the 10,781 ft summit of Mount Baker and back. Their aim, to reprise the […]