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

Ask most people to picture a surfing Mecca and they’ll likely envision sun-drenched beaches, Volkswagen vans with the windows rolled down and surfers wearing the least amount of clothing possible. But a winter-waves hotspot in chilly British Columbia will quickly turn that image upside down.

The flight of a fishing line is one of the most beautiful things humans can do in nature. The action is one of the few movements that feel as graceful as the animals with whom we share these wild places.

By MBE Staff Washington State Department of Transportation courtesy photo The gates at milepost 54 on State Route 542 (otherwise known as Mt. Baker Highway) were officially closed for winter on the …

Mount Baker Experience hosted a night of drinks, brats, and dozens of raffled gifts all going to benefit Northwest Avalanche Center (NWAC), who work tirelessly to keep backcountry recreators safe and …

Story and photos by Nolan Baker The 2023 Mt. Baker Hill Climb was a rousing success atop Artist Point on Sunday, September 17. Hundreds of cyclists from among the Pacific Northwest and around the …

These tips from a PeaceHealth dietitian can help you finetune your plan. Are you planning to run the Bellingham Bay Marathon or another long-distance race? We asked PeaceHealth St. Joseph Medical …

Maritime communities receive new support networks through Maritime Washington National Heritage Area Mikayla Evans of Seafood Connection in Westport, WA loads a 50-gallon pail with tuna so they can …

Past, present, and future come together on Lummi Island in the practice of reefnetting. Photo by Travis Moose. Story by Erin Deinzer. Photos by Travis Moose. Historical photos courtesy Washington …

By Meg Olson Knowing the Trees: Discover the Forest from Seed to Snag Ken Keffer, Mountaineers Books Towering, ancient, massive: trees inspire wonder and curiosity all on their own. They also create …

Words by Ethan Fritzberg. Photos by Ethan Fritzberg and Aaron Knapp Wing foiling is the newest and by far fastest-growing wind sport. An inflatable hand wing and a hydrofoil board allow you to …

Photo by Tony Moceri. Story and photos by Tony Moceri The feet in front of me deftly navigate the rocks and roots as they scamper up the trail. Quickly, the trail running shoes I’m following reach …

Nooksack Mine Stone Safe Put in place in 1910, the safe can still be found. (M. Impero) By Michael G. Impero Editor's note: This is an excerpt from volume two of Impero ’s “Towns of the North …

COVER: A waterfall hundreds of feet high, full of stair-stepped drops, born on high snowfields and alp slopes, presents Jenny Abegg with a view to ogle over while fording. Photo by Jason Hummel. Fall …

"The world is full of magic things patiently waiting for our senses to grow sharper." - Williams B. Yeats Courtesy Holly Koon By Luca Williams Photos courtesy Holly Koon Watching Holly Koon hike down …

Photo by Jasmine Long Words and photos by Jasmine Long A warm breeze and a cold beer on a hot summer day in the Northwest give us pleasant memories to hold through our cold dark winters. Enjoying …

Maddie balances on a thin log while crossing a creek about a mile from camp on day one. Proving yourself as the only woman in the group By Madeline Downie After driving six or so hours from …

By Jason D. Martin Jason Martin nears the summit of Mt. Rogers. Photo by Jim Mediatore. Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) trainings teach us about biases that society has programmed into us. The …

Courtesy Britt Coy, North Cascades Institute By Nolan Baker Photos courtesy North Cascades Institute, Northwest Incident Management Team, & North Cascades National Park In the early morning hours …

Blaze grows to 30 acres, nears historic dam in North Cascades National Park By Nolan Baker On Saturday, July 29, a wildfire ignited on Sourdough Mountain, just north of popular hiking destination …

Courtesy Washington State Department of Transportation Mt. Baker Highway opens to Artist Point tomorrow morning. Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) announced June 27 crews had …

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