If you can see Mt. Baker, you are part of The Experience
Adventure

A Bewick's Wren peeks its head around a moss-covered Evergreen. Ben Stalheim photo The migration of birds By Ben Stalheim As a kid, I would look for birds by running trails behind my house. Before I …

Backcountry skiers skin up Mt. Baker's Bagley Basin area. The Revitalized Cascade Backcountry Alliance Story and photos by Nick Belcaster The secret’s out, folks. Or has been out. Or was never a …

Whatcom Museum courtesy photo The 7-leg relay race hopes to have all 50 states represented By Ian Haupt Ski to Sea will celebrate its 50th birthday this year on Memorial Day weekend. While the first …

The One Sherpa Home team with Mingma and his wife in Phortse. Clark Parrish, left, and Dave Mauro, front left. Courtesy photo Bellingham climber raises funds to build new home for his Sherpa …

The West End. Pat Grubb photo By Pat Grubb In the last 18 months, I’ve had the good fortune to visit and scuba dive on three separate occasions in Roatán, located off the coast of Honduras. With …

A screenshot of a trail in the TREAD Map app. Courtesy photo The TREAD Map app provides alerts and real-time updates for outdoor enthusiasts to avoid crowds and trail impediments. The app …

The writer, Jason Hummel, looks on over the Columbia River. Chris Starling photo Jason Hummel skis from the Columbia River to U.S./Canada border over more than a decade By Jason Hummel A cross the …

A member of the Bellingham Mountain Rescue Council uses a Garmin Reach Mini to communicate. Ben Groenhout photo By Jason D. Martin I n the old days if there was an accident in the backcountry, the …

Jeremy Jones, l., and pro snowboarder Hana Beaman speaking at a book reading at Sehome High School hosted by Village Books. Andrew Grubb photo Review by Meg Olson The Art of Shralpinism: Lessons from …

Winter reading materials for around the fireplace and other adventures By Meg Olson A Field Companion for Wandering Written and Compiled by Conner Bouchard-Roberts Winter Texts “Read this book …

49 degrees North Mountain Resort. Courtesy photo Blueberry-muffin sweetness of small, local ski areas By Eric Lucas “Y ou look familiar,” I tell the Loup Loup lifty. “Did you have lunch in the …

Elijah Lee skiing at Mt. Baker Ski Area. Courtesy photo By Luca Williams A s the snow falls, Elijah, or Eli, trudges up the hill with his skis, alongside the other first chair fanatics. It’s still …

Early days of the Mt. Baker Ski Area. Historical photo courtesy Whatcom Museum, Bellingham, WA

Washington State Department of Transportation courtesy photo Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) maintenance crews closed the last 2.7 miles of State Route 542 this morning, October …

From Mt. Olympus in 2018. Hummel finishes The Circumnavigation Project on Mt. Baker Story and photos by Jason Hummel T he knowledge of a mountain, the true understanding of where it is rooted in the …

A tide pool. Madi McKay photo By Ian Ferguson P itch black, it was the middle of winter, late in the evening. The wind was howling — cold creeping through the cracks of my bundled layers. “Today …

Fun movement on the Sehome Chimney. Select Rock Climbing and Bouldering Guide Story and photos by Jason D. Martin Overlooking all of Bellingham, Sehome Hill Arboretum has long been a place for people …

Riley Jones photo New watersport will take you flying around Bellingham Bay By Tony Moceri I f there is one thing that stays constant in our corner of the world, it’s that if there is a new way to …

Story and photos by Ian Haupt O rganizing an inaugural event in any year is difficult. Building connections with sponsors, vendors, volunteers, the community, the city and cultivating a crowd take …

Dave Smith photo Travel 4 hours to a once every 4 years phenomenon By Eric Lucas I call it the real riverdance. Four million gorgeous natural acrobats, a six-mile performance runway of shimmering …

« Prev | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 15 | Next »