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Jeremy Jones: Shralpinism

Review by Meg Olson The Art of Shralpinism: Lessons from the Mountains Jeremy Jones Mountaineers Books In “The Art of Shralpinism: Lessons from the Mounatins,” legendary snowboarder and...

Book reviews

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...

Snowmobile education company brings avalanche and skills courses to Baker area

By Ian Haupt The Mt. Baker area will have its own snowmobile-specific education outfit this season. Elevated Backcountry offers beginner to advanced-level sled riders avalanche...

Mt. Baker Art Gallery

Local foothills artists now have a permanent space in which to showcase their work. The Mt. Baker Art Gallery, inside of the Mt. Baker...

Cross-border news sources impact Skagit headwaters mining threat

Mount Baker Experience cited as source in research New research published by Western Washington University’s Border Policy Research Institute (BPRI) shows cross-border news sources and...

Frozen gems

Blueberry-muffin sweetness of small, local ski areas By Eric Lucas “You look familiar,” I tell the Loup Loup lifty. “Did you have lunch in the lodge?” He’s...

Freeskiing with the spirit of Elijah Lee

By Luca Williams As the snow falls, Elijah, or Eli, trudges up the hill with his skis, alongside the other first chair fanatics. It’s still...

Mount Baker Theatre shows 73rd annual Warren Miller film November 28

New Warren Miller film “Daybreaker” will be shown at Mount Baker Theatre Friday, November 18 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $22.50. With multiple locations and...

Northwest Tune-Up back for second year July 14-16, 2023

Bellingham’s new bike, beer and music festival will return for its second year July 14-16, 2023. In an October 26 save-the-date email, Northwest Tune-Up...