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Mt. Baker Ski Area

Due east of Bellingham Washington stands majestic Mount Baker,  one of the most beautiful mountains of the northern Cascade mountain range that stretches from California to British Columbia, Canada.   

Mt. Baker's magnificent snowy white glacial peak remains covered in snow and ice year round while the snow at lower elevations melts off to reveal mountain meadows covered in wild flowers.   

The pristine snow pack collected through the winter months slowly melts and flows through crystal clear streams to area rivers and lakes year round, contributing to not only Bellingham's drinking water but the rest of Whatcom county as well.     

The cool, clear waters of area rivers are also host to one of nature's most amazing spectacles-- The annual salmon run.   Mount Baker - Bellingham Washington

Mount Baker - Bellingham WashingtonArtistic Inspiration

Mount Baker has inspired countless paintings and artwork over the years and it continually dazzles onlookers throughout northwest Washington and Southern British Columbia.    Residents of Vancouver and Victoria B.C. enjoy a delightful view of Mount Baker from a distance, but Bellingham Residents are treated to a much closer view because it is in their own back yard.   As you make your way around Bellingham you will often see Mount Baker's snowy white peak just over the hills.         

Mt. Baker Ski Area

The Mount Baker Ski Area is host to the annual Ski To Sea festival and its slopes are often enjoy a remarkably long ski season.

  For more information call Mt.

 Baker Recreation (360) 734-6771.

Record Snowfall

Mt. Baker holds the world record for measurable snow fall in one year,   Over 1,140 inches or about 97 feet deep.

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