114″ of Snow in 10 Days @ Mt. Baker, WA | Photo Tour:

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Mt. Baker during big Feb. snow cycle.  photo:  dylanhart.com
Mt. Baker during big Feb. snow cycle. photo: dylanhart.com

Mt. Baker ski resort in Washington state just got 114″ of new snow in the past 10 days.

From February 10th until February 20th, Mt. Baker did nothing but go off with snow.

Mt. Baker now has a 163″ – 143″ base right now.  They have the deepest base in North America.

Mt. Baker during big Feb. snow cycle.  photo:  dylanhart.com
Mt. Baker during big Feb. snow cycle. photo: dylanhart.com

“The amazing winter storm that brought us over 114 inches of snowfall over the last 10 days has passed and as we head into this weekend we can expect clearing periods with some snowfall off and on. Temperatures are forecasted to remain in the low to mid 20’s, which means the soft, powder snow conditions shall remain all weekend! 

Please be sure to practice deep snow safety by avoiding tree wells, skiing or riding with a partner and keeping your partner in sight at all times. For information on deep snow and tree well safety, go to www.deepsnowsafety.org” – Mt. Baker

Mt. Baker during big Feb. snow cycle.  photo:  ben gavelda
Mt. Baker during big Feb. snow cycle. photo: ben gavelda

Stay out of Tree Wells and stay alive.  We just lost a skier at Crystal Mountain, WA this week in a tree well.  No more, please.  Learn more about Tree Well safety:

Tree Well Suffocation Safety Information

Mt. Baker during big Feb. snow cycle.  photo:  ben gavelda
Mt. Baker during big Feb. snow cycle. photo: ben gavelda
Mt. Baker during big Feb. snow cycle.  photo:  jeff matowski
Mt. Baker during big Feb. snow cycle. photo: jeff matowski
Mt. Baker during big Feb. snow cycle.  photo:  ben gavelda
Mt. Baker during big Feb. snow cycle. photo: ben gavelda

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