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

Fall/early winter 2021 gallery


Carl Simpson climbs through thick fog in the skeleton of a burned forest. Crystal Mountain backcountry, Washington. Jason Hummel photo.

Mt. Baker and Baker Lake Road. Andy Porter photo.

Rainbow over the Skagit River. Andy Porter photo.

Rob Kunch samples some fresh Whatcom loam on a brisk fall morning. Brad Andrew photo.

“This mountain range on Vancouver Island is getting more and more popular by the year. It used to be so secluded but now every weekend there seem to be multiple groups camping and hiking in the area at all times. My partner Nora and I decided to venture past the peak to what we heard was a secret lake on the other side for a more private experience. It was the perfect time and place for me to ask her to spend the rest of our lives together. She said yes.” Marcus Paladino photo.[/caption]

Moonrise behind Mt. Baker from Tennant Lake. Audra Lee Mercille photo.

Feeling humbled at Mt. Index | Audra Lee Mercille photo.

“While we were knee deep in blueberries taking a break eating, this lovely bear joined us in the blueberry overload session.” North Cascades. David Summers photo.[/caption]

Comet Neowise, Aurora Borealis and Baker Lake. Andy Porter photo.

Camp at the foot of Mt. Baker. Audra Lee Mercille photo.

Bill Putnam (Fairy Meadow) Hut. David Summers photo.

A blanket of snow covers old-growth forest outside of Darrington, Washington. Skye Schillhammer photo.

Keegan Valaika bones out an indy as he flys through the snowglobe at Mt. Baker. Brad Andrew photo.

Jack Severson blasting off in the Mt. Baker backcountry. Brad Andrew photo.

Amy Arnts scouts out a place to capture a 35mm film photo while hiking on Skyline Divide. Evan Skoczenski photo.

Short sleeves and long shadows, a slow transition into fall riding at Galbraith. Evan Skoczenski photo.

Easy pedaling in the Methow Valley. Audra Lee Mercille photo.