I'm going to school at Western Washington in Bellingham, Washington next year. Where will i ski park here? I haven't heard of Mt. Baker having any park at all and it will suck going from skiing Moonlight Basin to no jibbing what-so-ever.
Please someone correct me if I'm wrong and inform me that there is a good park nearby???
Everyone chill the fuck out. The kid didn't say he never wanted to touch the awesome pow he was going to be surrounded by. He wants to know where a park is. I know that there are a few places around seattle (I believe crystal and summit at snoqualmie) but I don't know too much about the PNW park scene. I'm sure others can help you out more
I feel bad for you. I'm from Bozeman where the snows legit and we have a good park at Moonlight Basin. Just wondering If i can get both in Bellingham is all. Obviously i'm stoked for endless pillow lines at Baker!
Stevens for sure. It's a ways from bham though. Baker's about an hour from campus, and stevens is probably pushing around two? I live in seattle, so i'm not quite sure about the exact drive time, but that's a ballpark estimate.
Stevens just got showtime, their 4th jump in the line open. It's 85 feet. Absolutely huge.
But seriously, you're right next to baker, don't worry about skiing park haha.
How the fuck do you go to sleep knowing you're going to hit Chad's Gap the next day? - Rowen
I tried a double underflip before I tried a normal underflip on skis. Didnt want to waste the pow landing. - Doug.
i've been to baker when it was 60 degrees in january and i've been in their little jib park but do they have a bigger park than that? Yes i'd muuuuch rather ski pow but i'll be attending wwu next year as well, and would like to hit some kickers once in a while.
You might want to look up into Canada too. Whistler, maybe Grouse? I don't really know about their parks though. When it isn't raining, Stevens and Snoqualmie generally have good parks. Those are both south of Western, 2.5-3.5 hours drive time I'd guess.