November 19, 2020 / David Rasbach / Bellingham Herald

With the snow piling up, here’s where Mt. Baker ranks against the nation’s top ski resorts

Mt. Baker Ski Area certainly isn’t the biggest, the swankiest or the glitziest and it will never draw crowds like some of ski resorts in Colorado or Utah, but the Whatcom County ski and snowboard haven known for its value is still among the nation’s best.

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