Open for 7-day-a-week operation! details in the Snow Report

ADVISORY: VARIABLE SNOW BASE

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  • Partial Advisory Information: Possible creeks, rocks, sticks, sudden variations in terrain, snow, sub-terrain, steep dips and other hazards and obstacles. SKI & RIDE WITH EXTRA CAUTION & AWARENESS
  • Snow base and conditions vary with elevation, terrain, aspect and usage.

Community Programs 2

LHAQ'TEMISH-PROGRAM

Lhaq’temish Program

This program is working to provide opportunities for Lhaq'temish Tribal Members of Coast- Salish Puget Sound Region Tribes to enjoy the wonders of the snow at Mt Baker. The ski area has developed special pricing for this program, and the foundation helps to provide transportation, equipment and opportunity for the members. Stay tuned throughout the season for more information and opportunities to get involved.

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Vamos Outdoor Project

Vamos Outdoors Project (VOP) works to eliminate barriers to access that make it harder for Latinx and English Language Learner families to participate in outdoor, recreational, and environmental education activities. We provide supervision, transportation, food, and all necessary equipment for the activities provided by our partner organizations.

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Northwest Weather & Avalanche Center (NWAC)

The Northwest Avalanche Center exists to increase avalanche awareness, reduce avalanche impacts, and equip the community with mountain weather and avalanche forecasts, education, and data.

We envision a community of backcountry users in the Pacific Northwest aware of avalanche risk, making informed decisions, and returning safely.

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Mt. Baker Snow School Program

Mt. Baker Snow School combines hands-on science education with snowshoe powered exploration for grades 6 - 12 at the Mt. Baker Ski Area. All schools are welcome! This program is in cooperation with Mt. Baker Ski Area, North Cascades Institute and Northwest Avalanche Center. The programs focus on Snow Science, Winter Ecology & Natural & Cultural History, Watershed Education: Baker to Bellingham, Mountain Leadership & Mountain Safety, and Winter Recreation.