For those of you wondering if the wet and stormy weather we’ve been having in the lowlands has translated into any snow at the ski area . . . yes, we’ve had a few more dustings of snow on the upper slopes of the ski area over the past few weeks and an especially good hit the 6th! October usually sees quite a few little snowfalls that melt away before November brings deeper snowfalls that begin to stick and accumulate. Gwyn and Mike have some updates for you on the long-range forecast and on pass sales in the video above.
A BIG thank you to all of our returning passholders and welcome to our new passholders who purchased a season pass for the upcoming 2021-22 season. For our Canadian friends who were Mt. Baker season passholders during the 2019-20 season, please read our Canadian pass purchasing policy.
If you’re a return visitor to this page or other parts of the Baker website, you’ve probably noticed we’ve also been busy this summer revamping our site. We’ve done some re-organizing and will be adding some new pages and sections for the winter to make it a bit more user-friendly and navigable. We’re also stoked on the new Baker Roots section, which will be spotlighting the history of the area as well as some of the artists, photographers, videographers, non-profit programs, and our own crew who help make Baker the place we know and love. We will be adding continuously to the Roots section throughout the season, so be sure to keep checking back.