February 7, 2020 / Katie Lozancich / Teton Gravity Research

294 Inches of Pow at Mt. Baker Never Looked Better

Mount Baker in Washington had one hell of a January. The resort received 294 inches of snow in one month alone. For someone based in the PNW, like Austen Sweetin, that’s great news. It means that the suitcases stay in storage, allowing him to focus on what he does best at his home mountain. During that epic storm cycle, Sweetin rallied his film team to make Graupel. If you’ve got FOMO from missing the storm, this will probably make it worse.


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