Mount Baker, Washington

Mount Baker, Washington

Mount Baker, Washington
For snowboarders and skiers, this may seem like heaven. Mount Baker is one of the most sought after mountains to ride because of its extreme terrains and famed resorts.

Mount Baker Mountain
There has been so much hype about this mountain and rightfully so. It is home of some of the most bountiful terrains that suit all levels of riders and is surprisingly small at 405 hectares. Also, there are 10 lifts to this intermediate mountain. If you are looking for smooth, well-groomed and pampered on-pistes, then you should go somewhere else. This mountain is covered with natural hits, steeps, cliffs, and trees, so for intermediate riders this is a challenging paradise.

For some of the most radical steeps and extensive terrains in the world, experience Mount Baker’s bountiful runs and fresh snow. In addition, the mountain is considerably smaller then some of the other forefront massive peaks, but this in turn is also reflective of their significantly smaller crowds (except on the weekends). For the thrill seekers looking for some big air and unique rails to ride, Mt. Baker does not have a prominent terrain park. For the most part, riders who have been to Mt. Baker will agree that finding your own chutes and hits around the rugged terrain is more satisfying then their non-existent terrain park.

Village
The Mt. Baker village features heated pavement with a diverse range of luxurious and casual restaurants. If you are looking to have a drink, stop by one of the numerous bars scattered throughout the village. Also, we urge visitors to experience the seemingly endless winter excursions that the mountain offers. These include snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and of course relaxing at spas. Nonetheless, this is a place for not only riders, but for everyone, especially families.