#Mt Baker Ski Resort

Resort

  • Spas
  • Access
  • Pampering
  • Lodging
  • Town
  • Village
  • Price/Value
  • Packages
  • Shopping
  • Airport
  • Restaurants
  • Bars
  • Nightlife
  • Events
  • Daycare
  • Ski Shops
  • Gyms
  • Rental Inventory
  • Kids Club
  • Music

Mountain

  • Mountain
  • Vertical
  • Steeps
  • Bowls
  • Tree Runs
  • Half Pipes
  • Run Variety
  • Greens
  • Blues
  • Blacks
  • Extreme
  • Run Lengths
  • For Skiers
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  • Back Country
  • Groomers
  • Famous Runs
  • Mogul Runs
  • Gnarliest Runs
  • Cliff Hucks
  • Ski School
  • Chairlifts
  • Gondola/Tram
  • Lift Quantity
  • Lift Lines
  • Secret Pow Stash
  • Race Program
  • Days Open
  • Ski Patrol
  • Avalanche Patrol
  • Snowmaking
  • Lights
  • Base Lodge
  • Mid Lodge
  • Rescue Dogs

Conditions

  • Snow Depth
  • Snow - Early Season
  • Snow - Mid Season
  • Snow - Late Season
  • Powder
  • Sunny Days
  • Wind
  • Summer Skiing
  • Temperature
  • Fall Folliage

Activities

  • Mountain Bike
  • Via Ferrata
  • Hiking
  • Scenery
  • Ice Skating
  • Sledding
  • Tobaggon
  • Luge
  • Jumping
  • Cross Country
  • Hot Air Ballooning
  • Base Jumping
  • Hot Springs
  • Camping
  • Golf
  • Tennis
  • Ski Bums
  • Celebs
  • Hot Girls
  • Hot Guys

Mt. Baker Ski Area is a ski resort located in Whatcom County, Washington, United States at the end of State Route 542. The base elevation is at 3,500 feet (1,070 m), while the peak of the resort is at 5089 feet (1,551 m).

The ski area is home to the world record for snowfall in one season: 1,140 inches (29 m). This record snowfall fell during the 1998-99 season.

Mt. Baker ski area is known for numerous challenging inbounds routes and for the many backcountry opportunities which surround it. The backcountry is accessible from several chairlifts and access is permitted from the resort following the Mt. Baker Ski Area backcountry policy.

 

Key Stats

  • Summit: 5,050 feet
  • Base: 3,500 feet
  • Vertical Drop: 1,500 feet
  • Lifts: 9
  • Skiable Area: 1,000 acres
  • Annual Snowfall: 645 inches