Mount Baker Club
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Mount Baker Club
P.O. Box 73
Bellingham, WA

Mount Baker Club
The founding fathers of the Ski to Sea Race


"The Mountain Runners: The Mt. Baker Marathons, 1911-1913" The story of three years of the Mt. Baker Marathons, a dangerous, controversial, some say foolhardy, race from Bellingham to the top of Mt. Baker and back, that became a boon and bane to Bellingham. Visit The Mountain Runners for more information about the documentary motion picture.

Use of Official Ski to Sea logo provided by Scott Montgomery & Associates

Mount Baker Club - Building a community of outdoor enthusiasts since 1911.

The Mount Baker Club Facebook page contains information on the latest photos, outings reports, and conversation between members.

SPRING Outings Published

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Spring is here. Never mind the mud, get out and enjoy our beautiful area. Additional outings will be announced via the short notice list. Only members are part of the Short Notice Outings List. You can join the Mount Baker Club by visiting our membership page and sending in your completed Membership form along with your dues payment. Dues are $15 for individuals and $18 for families per year. Visit the club's membership page at: http://www.mountbakerclub.org/join.htm

See Activities and our Facebook page for outings details.

Renew Your Membership
It is that time again! If you have not yet renewed your dues, do it today.

Mail your payment to:
Mount Baker Club, PO Box 73
Bellingham, WA 98227.

$15 Single / $18 Family
Mail the Release Form at this link
along with your dues.

Mission of the Mount Baker Club

Welcome to the Mount Baker Club. For over 100 years our all volunteer organization has served the Whatcom County region.

We invite you to join us and participate in our many activities.
Our purpose is to provide regular opportunities for hiking, biking, snow-shoeing, cross-country skiing, canoeing, and kayaking, as well as, monthly social activities.

We also promote the conservation of recreational areas which are of interest to the club's members. A great way to meet new friends and explore the area. All events and activities are open to the public at no charge.

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Contact Us: info@mountbakerclub.org