Mt. Baker ski Area

Mt. Baker ski area is place name of the United States of America which is basically a ski resort exactly located in Washington and Whatcom County.

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Bellingham is the nearest city and approximately it takes a distance of 52 miles to reach there; in almost one and half an hour. The ski area made the world record for the highest snowfall in one season and it occurred during the year 1998-99.

Mt. Baker ski area is known for tremendous challenging inbounds and for many employment opportunities for the neighbors. Mt. Baker ski area background policy covers several chairlifts and its lift run from 9 am until 3:30 pm.  Operating days and hours wholly depends on conditions of the weather.  Weather and conditions can be a factor affecting the days and time of opening. To know about the condition of snow on the mountain the user have to check the online snow report or even by dialing the number (360) 671-0211 user can enquire about the snowfall. Visitors are not allowed to take their pet animal along with them. Dogs are allowed only at Heather Meadows and owners must adhere to clean up and prudent care practices.

Mt. Baker ski area offers gift certificates redeemable for lift tickets, rental products, and instruction including the popular Best for Beginners Intro Package. Our gift certificates never expire! If not redeemed during the season it was purchased, gift certificate recovery will be subject to the difference between the original price and the purchase price of the product at the time of use. Gift certificates are not exchangeable, non-refundable, and not replaced if lost. Child care facilities are not granted due to the lack of demand by the visitors. However Mt. Baker ski area offers private lessons for ages of three and above children. Visitors won’t find any TV’s, ATMS, or internet facility available at Mt. Baker ski area. You can purchase and have your pass made at the White Salmon Lodge Administration Office when the ski area is in operation.

The lifts at Mt. Baker are not named – they are called by number. All are fixed grip quads, and do not feature safety bars or footrests. Chairs 3 and 4 access the same point from different sides of the mountain using a continuous loop of cable, there is a mid-station at the top for unloading purpose. Mt Baker ski area Resort is often featured in ski and snowboard films and still photography due to its charming setting, plentiful snowfall, and the availability of easily accessed advanced terrain. Mt. Baker currently (2009) has one terrain park, called the Pinky Park, located at the top of chairs 3 and 4. It includes a few smaller jumps as well as a variety of boxes as per its consistence.

For customer & public safety, Mt. Baker ski area strictly prohibits sledding and snow play within ski area boundaries. Sledding and snow play may be exercised at your own risk on National Forest Service Land, located outside the ski area. For more info, contact the Sedro-Woolly Forest Service at the contact number (360) 856-5700.

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