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Mount Baker Split Fest 2018 recap

By Jere Burrell Warm air, sun-reddened faces with goggle tans, firm melt-freeze crust on southerly slopes and facet pow hiding out in the northerlies are...

Lessons from an Alaskan grizzly attack

By Maya Hunger Fresh salmon carcasses and bear scat lined the shore of an icy stream next to a narrow trail. A group of 22...

B.C. hikes, brews and gondola views

Story and photos by Brandon Fralic British Columbia provides everything you need for “mountainbeering” adventures: challenging hiking trails with big rewards, beers at cozy mountaintop...

Video of the Week: Something in the Snow

Something In The Snow from Mattias Evangelista on Vimeo. “Something in the Snow,” won of the Peoples Choice Award at the 2017 Mt. Baker Film...

The importance of rest

By Luca Williams I grew up near the jungles of Panama, and one of my favorite memories is waking up before my family and listening to...

Easy, scenic bike routes with no traffic

By Oliver Lazenby It’s easy to find a scenic bicycle ride in our region. Finding one away from traffic is a little harder, but there...

Fall Foraging: Store up for winter

By Amy Gibson As autumn approaches, plants begin to ready themselves for winter. For plants, the change in temperature causes sugars to migrate and convert...

A Different Kind of Hardcore: A quest to ride every day...

  By Oliver Lazenby One day in 2013, a soaking wet Albert Arth stood on the shoulder of Highway 542 with his thumb out for three...

#Find_Away: Episode 2 – Japan By Van

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Bay to Baker race revived…starting in Concrete

By Oliver Lazenby Dan Probst wants to hold a trail race from Bellingham Bay to the summit of Mt. Baker and back, a 108-mile journey...