Mount Baker / Methow

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  2. Shadow of the Sentinals
  3. Highlands
  4. South Summit
  5. Pearrygin Lake 

Salmon Ridge
Salmon Ridge 
Mount Baker Ranger District
360-856-5700


Emergency Contact Info:
Whatcom County Sheriff's Office
360-676-6911

Non-Motorized Sno-Park Snowshoe Area Restrooms

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Directions: East of Bellingham. I-5 Exit 255 to Mount Baker Highway 542 east for 46 miles
Elevation: 2,000 feet
40 spaces.

Trails: 1.) Razor Hone Base Area     
Tracks, skate lane 30 kilometers; dog-friendly trail (Hannegan Pass Road)
Portable toilets, scenic view point

Sno-Park Permit required during the season
Exception: From April 1 to 30, a Sno-Park Permit may or may not be required.

Please obey posted signs indicating whether a permit is needed. Contact the local agency listed for each Sno-Park for more information.

Please note:
After periods of extreme weather, work crews may be on trails during the day to clear debris or drifts. Please exercise caution.

Nooksack Nordic Club Website


2017-2018 SEASON
GROOMING UPDATES:

2017-2018 Grooming Calendar

1/6/18: They did groom Razor Hone, Anderson, and Hannigan Pass Road last Wednesday or Thursday.  And the snow has held up surprisingly well with a little corduroy still showing!  I skated part way up Cougar this afternoon and it was ‘good’!  (Watch out for a very few rocks…) Broadly speaking, I’d expect it to be faster in the morning and a little softer and more forgiving in the afternoon.  No tracks were set, but classical skiers reported that it was smooth and reasonable skiing.  It was reported that White Salmon had fresh snow.  (It was a very gentle mist of rain at Razor Hone.)
1/4/18: I went not far from the end of Anderson Cr Road on my Hok skis.  Crossing at the 0.9 mile washout can be difficult and very dangerous if you slip crossing the culvert.  There are downed trees across the road on several places.

1/2/18: We’re hoping for grooming Razor Hone tomorrow (Wednesday morning) in which case it should be great conditions.  Today’s report – Razor Hone: Solid, firm base, relatively smooth, no tracks. It was reasonably good skating, but not for beginners – no corduroy and a little bumpy. Not very inviting for diagonal (in-track) skiing. Temperature 34 degrees at 12:30.  White Salmon: Beautiful snow with multiple user-created snowshoe trails, but no grooming.  Main highway in very good condition up to the icy parking area.  (Road conditions can change in minutes!) Temperature 37 degrees at 12:00. Weather reports suggest tomorrow might be great, Thursday ok, and ‘not-so-good’ for the weekend

   
Groomer: Industrial Mowing and Spraying

REMEMBER:
Grooming reports are updated when trail grooming information is provided. Reports are posted Monday thru Saturday. No updates on Sundays or holidays.

Schedule is subject to change.
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