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Mt. Baker Ski Area’s slow start to season could improve with snow forecast

Staff has been moving 'farming' snow to keep runs skier-friendly

Skiers and boarders form a line at Chair 1 at Mt. Baker Ski Area, dressed in different snow attire and holding onto different snow gear.
Skiers and boarders form a line at Chair 1 at Mt. Baker Ski Area on opening day, Dec. 13, 2023. After recording the lowest total snowfall through December since 2019–20, upcoming forecasts show a turnaround could be on the horizon. (Andrew Ford/Cascadia Daily News)
By Connor J. Benintendi Staff Reporter
The ski and snowboard season at Mt. Baker Ski Area has been off to a slow start, but weather forecas
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