Powder Magazine has been giving a lot of love to Mount Baker in the past years. Namely because Grant Grunderson, the hottest photographer in the industry, lives there. (see Mt. Baker on cover of Powder Oct. 2010) October Powder Magazine Cover | Mount Baker Love! | World Record Snow Total = 1,140 Inches at Baker in ’98/’99 | Unofficial Networks

October Powder Magazine Cover | Mount Baker Love! | World Record Snow Total = 1,140 Inches at Baker in ’98/'99

October Powder Magazine Cover | Mount Baker Love! | World Record Snow Total = 1,140 Inches at Baker in ’98/'99

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October Powder Magazine Cover | Mount Baker Love! | World Record Snow Total = 1,140 Inches at Baker in ’98/'99

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mount baker powder magazine cover october 2011

Mount Baker...or Alta? Powder Magazine October Cover. photo: powder’s facebook Should be coming out around Sept. 15thish...

Powder Magazine has been giving a lot of love to Mount Baker in the past years. Namely because Grant Grunderson, the hottest photographer in the industry, lives there.  (see Mt. Baker on cover of Powder Oct. 2010)

cody townsend powder magazine september 2011

cody townsend, powder magazine, september 2011

Grant had the cover of the September, 2011 issue of Powder.  I know this Oct. 2011 cover isn’t Grant’s, but was the photo taken at Mt. Baker or Alta?

zach giffin powder magazine cover september 2010

zach giffin, powder magazine cover, september 2010

The Bent Chetlers are getting a ton of love in the industry as well, huh?  They got the September Cover Freeskier (or so I thought, I was wrong, you can clearly see “line” on these skis).  Been seeing them everywhere, as I have?

freeskier magazine september cover 2011

freeskier magazine, september cover 2011

Is Baker the snowiest mountain? According to their marketing numbers…YES.  But, It’s sort hard to believe that 14,411’ Mt. Rainier, just south of Baker got less than Baker did that El Niño year

MT BAKER RECORD:

1,140 inches (95 feet) / 2,896 cm (29 meters) of snowfall during the 1998-99 season.

 


 

 

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