Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, located in the Cascade Mountain range, is one of the most visited forests in the country. Ninety minutes east of Bellingham and one of the last Washington towns before you hit Canada, here you’ll find snow-covered peaks and old-growth forests. The Mount Baker area has tons of history and plenty of outdoor activities to explore throughout all seasons.
In the winter, explore the Mount Baker Ski Area. With some of the best terrain, backcountry opportunities, and biggest snowfall, Mount Baker is often referred to as the hidden gem of America’s ski scene. Mount Baker is a must for your next epic ski or snowboard vacation.
Due to it’s rather remote location, Mount Baker offers a more quiet ski destination away from tons of crowds. There are a few restaurants and bars to warm up at after a day on the slopes. Duck into one of the ski lodges for a craft beer or cider to warm up, stop at Chair 9 on your way down the mountain for a drink on the way to the bottom.
Here, it’s all about the skiing. With little wi-fi, no fancy designed ski shops, and not too many restaurants, Mount Baker ski area is the place to go if you’re looking for a quiet getaway with a casual atmosphere. Reconnect with family and friends in nature and leave your problems behind. It’s just you and the mountain at Mount Baker ski area.
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