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Mount Baker, Washington
Activities

A wide variety of recreational activities awaits the outdoor enthusiast at Mt. Baker such as hiking, biking, climbing, backpacking, fishing, hunting, exploring, nature viewing, downhill and cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, snowmobiling and sledding. Explore this page for detailed information on what to do at Mt. Baker.

National Forest

Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
This US Department of Agriculture's page on the Forest includes information on recreation, weather and wilderness areas in the Washington Cascades. The northwestern tip of the vast Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest is comprised of Mt Baker Wilderness, and the Mt Baker National Recreation Area.

Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest
Description and transportation. (On GORP.)

Ski Area

A world record in snowfall was measured at Mt. Baker Ski Area in the winter of 1998-99.

Mount Baker Ski Conditions

Mt. Baker Ski Area
Mt. Baker Ski Area sits at the edge of the wilderness in the heart of the North Cascade Mountains, located 56 miles east of Bellingham on State Hwy 542. It has become one of Washington's premier ski resorts. According to a Powder Magazine study, Mt. Baker Ski Area receives the highest amount of average snowfall of any ski area in North America, with more than 615 inches falling each year.

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