Mount Baker is an active glacier-covered andesitic stratovolcano in the Cascade volcanic arc. This beautiful mountain is located in the North Cascades of Washington, the United States between the Canadian border and Mount Rainer National Park. Majestic mount Baker is also called the Kama Kulshan or simply Kulshan. Its height was recorded as 10,781ft (3286m).
Mount Baker is considered the second-most thermally active crater in the Cascade Range and the youngest volcano in the Mount Baker volcanic field. The volume of its snow cap is about 0.43 cubic miles (1.79km3) and which is the heaviest glacier over the Cascade Range volcanoes after Mount Rainier.
Mount Baker is one of the most visited national forests in the United States and, is the third highest mountain in Washington, as well as the fifth-highest in the Cascade mountain range.
Visiting mount baker is an extraordinary day trip full of breath-taking sceneries. The journey passing through the forest, farmlands, snow-capped mountains, and fresh cool winds. It is about 116 miles long trip from Bellingham. The national park is open all year round, but we recommended that August and September as the most ideal time to take full if the advantage of the stunning sceneries.
Since there is no service station, so you have to be well prepared with a full tank of gas, food, snacks, and plenty of water.