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Resort height: 1551m, 5089ft
No. of slopes: 38
No. of lifts: 9

Mt Baker is located in Northern Washington, near to the coast and lying between Seattle and Vancouver. The resort has a great reputation as a mecca for powder lovers, and it holds the record for greatest snowfall in one season - giving you a snow sure guarantee! 

Accommodation in Mt Baker gives you great access to the skiing area. The offering includes self-catered chalets in Mt Baker in the traditional timber style, and with luxury facilities such as hot tubs it’s a perfect place to unwind once you’ve taken your boots off. For those on a group or family holiday in Mt Baker, large chalets are on offer and guarantee a high level of comfort. And Mt Baker offers much beyond the skiing, with the Mt Baker Snoqualmie National Forest a place of great beauty, and snowshoeing and snowmobiling on offer too!

Snowboarders in Mt Baker are spoilt for choice, and not only is there a great snowpark (Pinky Park), there’s also the annual Mt Baker Legendary Banked Slalom, a precursor to boardercross. Cross country skiers in Mt Baker have 4km of ski trails to explore.


Travel info

Airport Seattle (SEA), United States:
2hrs 52mins

Airport Vancouver International Airport (YVR), Canada:
2hrs 10mins


Ski Pass info
  • Passes available for Adult, College, Young Adult, Youth, Child, Senior, Super Senior, and Kid ID
  • Family Rates available for 2 or more members of the same household. See purchasing policies for details
  • Option to add Equipment Check-In

2018-19 Season Passes On Sale Now


Food/Restaurants info

Milano’s does great Italian cuisine and has an extensive wine list and at least four beers on tap, offering cheap eats and more upscale options 

Graham’s Bar and Restaurant, oozes character and has an awesome food selection with great service and banter at the bar. 

North Fork Brew Pub, the beer is good in Washington – seriously good. The food is well priced and massively portioned. 

Wake ‘n Bakery, breakfast burritos, quiches, great coffee and sweet baked goods will set you up for the morning’s muscle straining snow activities. Breakfast is also available from Grahams & the Grab n go van.

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Drinks/Bars info

The nightlife at Mt Baker and the surrounding area is rather quiet, with only a handful of options for dining and drinking. 

For après drinks you can head to the Tap Room, upstairs in the Heather Meadows Day Lodge at the Mt Baker ski area. Après festivities don’t tend to last too long considering that most folks have to drive off the hill. 

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Summer info

Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest surrounding the ski area is considered to be one of the most beautiful alpine areas in North America, with hiking, accessible trails and camping available, as well as an interpretive center. 

The Mt. Baker Highway Area (SR542) of the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest website has info on current trail and road conditions, Mt. Baker and Mt. Shuksan climbing reports, campgrounds and picnic areas listings and policies, and lots more!


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    Mt. Baker Lodging

    Mount Baker Ski Area, Glacier, USA

    Heres Your Private Getaway at The Gateway to Mount Baker, Washington - USA!

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