View the gorgeous scenery at your own pace. Mt. Baker hosts multiple hiking trails, from easy stretches to “experienced only” trekking. The Pacific Crest trail goes right through the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie Forest. Check out the trail conditions at the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest or at the Mt. Baker Hiking Club’s site. Take guided hikes or just to meet fellow hikers!
Raft the Wild Nooksack River! Our friends at Wild and Scenic River Tours are the folks you want to talk with! You can read all about their Day Trips here! – http://www.wildandscenic.com
Skiing – Snowboarding – Snow-shoeing
With record snow falls up to 1100 inches in one season – the Mt. Baker Ski Area has the world record for snowfall. Come check out our slopes and trails for the best powder! – http://www.mtbaker.us
Nothing is better in hot weather than cooling off with a swim, Several of our homes have access to community swimming pools or you can visit Silver Lake Park. Make a SPLASH!
We are blessed with some of the best dining in Whatcom county in our area! Enjoy excellent meals in a relaxing atmosphere that you usually find in fancy restaurants or say, the Britannia Hotel Aberdeen.*Denotes live music available.
- The North Fork Brewery, Deming
- Craven’ Burgers and Brew, Maple Falls
- Wake ‘n Bakery, Glacier
- Milano’s Italian Bistro and Papas Bar, Glacier
- Graham’s Restaurant, Glacier
- Chair 9 Woodstone Pizza & Bar
The Nooksack river is one of the last “wild” rivers in Washington state. Five species of wild salmon swim and flourish is its waters. Nearby, you can enjoy Silver Lake, which is stocked with trout. You can even go deep sea fishing! Take a look at this : Fishing PDF