Ski Areas > US West > Mt.Baker, Washington




  I love skiing at Mt. Baker, lots and lots of great snow and beautiful scenery. Says Steve.

This ski resort has an altitude difference of 1,500 feet; Mt.Baker makes great use of it. The seasonal snowfall is more than average at this ski resort. You have to go 58 miles to get to a ski resort featuring a fuller-size vertical drop. There are 8 lifts here, and they are exciting to take a ride with. This ski mountain has an average fraction of red and black
    ski runs and an average proportion of beginner and intermediate ski runs. Having 1,000 acres of skiing territory you will never be without skiing area. On this slope you'll run into 38 different runs; there's a glorious selection
to satisfy everyone. Getting a bit of glorious exercise and just being on the ski slopes for a while have snow folks coming here. Mt.Baker has a delightful selection of slopes to suit all abilities; it won’t leave anyone bored. Mt.Baker is a typical size ski area having a medium vertical drop if compared to other west coast ski resorts. Mt.Baker has an okay variety of ski runs and enough different ski lifts to serve them all. The Northern Cascade Range and its summits  
give this ski area an unbelievably great vista. The striking 54 feet of seasonal snowfall is more than enough for truly delightful depth. Nothing surpasses the Washington summits in wintertime; they are a great location for skiing or snowboarding. Whether you're skiing or snowboarding, this is a vicinity with a lot of spots for that. Please refer to the ski map of Mt.Baker on this internet page for information. Not too many places to stay close by, you'll have to drive a bit to get to one, and if you make reservations ahead of going, you're all set. The Northern Cascade Range covered in fluffy snow is a great skiing or snowboarding destination. The scenic surroundings of the Washington mountains and fabulous slopes are sure to keep you returning for more. Skiing and snowboarding in this part of the country is so much fun all winter long.



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 Ski Areas Near Mt.Baker ski area:
Stevens Pass, Washington , 58 miles away
   1800 foot drop, 10 lifts, 37 runs
   35% Expert & Adv.
   54% Intermediate
   11% Beginner
Alpental, Washington , 66 miles away
   2280 foot drop, 5 lifts, 19 runs
   75% Expert & Adv.
   22% Intermediate
   3% Beginner
Summit at Snoqualmie, Washington , 68 miles away
   2280 foot drop, 26 lifts, 96 runs
   41% Expert & Adv.
   45% Intermediate
   14% Beginner
Crystal Mountain, Washington , 88 miles away
   3100 foot drop, 11 lifts, 50 runs
   35% Expert & Adv.
   54% Intermediate
   11% Beginner
Mount Seymour, British Columbia , 92 miles away
   1083 foot drop, 5 lifts, 23 runs
   0% Expert & Adv.
   0% Intermediate
   0% Beginner
 Whitewater Near Mt.Baker ski area:
Nooksack River - North Fork, Whatcom County , 5 miles away, Class V - 4 miles long (Mt. Baker Wilderness to Nooksack Falls)
Ruth Creek, Whatcom County , 6 miles away, Class -blank- - 3.5 miles long (Mt. Baker Wilderness Area to confluence with Nooksack River)
Baker River, Whatcom County , 9 miles away, Class II - 2.7 miles long (North Cascades National Park to Baker Lake)
 National Parks Near Mt.Baker ski area:
Lake Chelan National Recreation Area, Sedro-Woolley - WA , 39 miles away
North Cascades National Park, Sedro-Woolley - WA , 39 miles away

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