Mt Baker Hill Climb

Great views, fresh air, tough climbs. Ascend 4,462 feet from Chair 9 in Glacier to Artist Point (5,140 feet elevation) in approximately 22 miles. The Mt. Baker Highway (SR542) is known as one of the most scenic paved roads in the country and rarely is the highway closed to motorized vehicles from Glacier to Artist Point. With steep elevation and several switchbacks, this ride is not for the faint of heart, but the views are stunning. Experience the agony and the ecstasy! 

This is a timed event. 1st female and male of each age division registered in the Competitive Division, receive a custom Voler Winners Jersey and 1st – 3rd of each division receive a locally produced medal. The race begins at MP 35, 1/4 mile east of the check-in at Chair 9 Pizza & Bar.

Starts: September 25, 2022

Time: 7:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Admission: $80

Location: Chair 9 to Artist Point
10459 Mt Baker Highway, Glacier, WA View Website

Produced By: Whatcom Events

Contact Person: Anna Rankin

Phone: (360) 920-0979

Email: info@bakerhillclimb.com

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