Skiing & Snowboarding in Anacortes


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  • Mt Baker Ski Area
    Considered a true local’s mountain, this family-owned ski destination is the antithesis of the sprawling, corporatized resort. Boasting some of the most extreme snowfall on the continent, it once set the record for the most snowfall in one season: 1,140 inches, or 95 feet of snow. Great backcountry skiing, cross-country trails, and a deeply ingrained snowboarding culture continue to attract die-hards.
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    1420 Iowa Street
    Bellingham, WA US
  • North Shore Ski & Board
    North Shore Ski and Board, a Vancouver business for more than 30 years, equips its customers with apparel and accessories for adults' and children's water and snow pursuits. Keep safe from the sun's rays by donning a "Kinda Shady" women's sun hat from Roxy ($30) or sunglasses from Ryders or Scin brands ($19.99–$29.99). Underneath sportsmanlike duds such as a Billabong Paris rash guard tee ($29.95), don a pair of flashy and comfortable undies from Björn Borg ($19.99–$34.99) that keep everything in its right place. Feet learn to breathe without the need for above-water snorkels in Havaianas classic flip-flops ($20), or jump into a pair of comfy Vans slip-on shoes ($39.99). During the winter months, patrons can ask their snowman butlers to bring their skis or snowboards in to North Shore Ski and Board for maintenance services.
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    1625 Lonsdale Avenue
    North Vancouver, BC CA
  • Whistler Sport Legacies
    In 2010, across the snow-draped stadiums and slopes of Whistler Olympic Park, the world's greatest gathered. As one of the venues for the Vancouver 2010 Winter and Paralympic Games, competitors went head-to-head in competitions such as ski-jumping, Nordic combined skiing, and cross-country skiing, all against a backdrop of pristine wooded trails. Though the Games have passed, the legacy of this arena lives on through Ski Callaghan. Heading out from a full-service day lodge, beginners and experts can find their perfect path from a network of 35 cross-country skiing trails spanning more than 130 kilometers?all meticulously groomed for classic skiing, skate skiing, and inspection visits from Jack Frost. Additionally, more than 20 kilometers of trails ideal for snowshoeing snake through the wilderness. Whatever the sport, classes led by Ski Callaghan's team of instructors help adventurers of all experience levels safely explore more of the valley's terrain. The valley transforms in warm weather as trails open for horseback-riding, mountain-biking, and bike discovery tours.
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    4910 Glacier Lane
    Whistler, BC CA
  • Affinity Rentals-Pan Pacific Mountainside
    Nestled a snowball’s throw from the Whistler Blackcomb Ski Resort, Affinity Rentals’ Pan Pacific Mountainside location outfits guests with the gear they need to carve their way down the slopes in style. The alpine emporium offers equipment for skiers and snowboarders of all abilities, and its expert staff can pair guests with the equipment they need to bounce through moguls, barrel through knee-deep powder, or speed away from possessed snowmobiles. Trusted brands such as Salomon, Volkl, and Rossignol headline their selection of skis, which share the floor with snowboards from top makers such as Nitro, Ride, and Option.
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    4320 Sundial Cresent
    Whistler, BC CA
  • Surfside Adventure Tours
    As a 16-year resident of Vancouver Island, Darwin specializes in hosting luxury sightseeing tours, hikes, and kayaking adventures that whisk away groups of family and friends on outdoor adventures. Golfing, skiing, and horseback riding all dominate the agenda, depending on the interest of his guests. Thus, it's no stretch to see why he founded Surfside Adventure Tours, sharing these locales with visitors and locals alike. Kayaking tours whisk participants to Brentwood Bay, Cowichan Bay, and Sidney where they can paddle through pristine waters. During cold-weather seasons, snowboarding tours transport guests to powdery mountains near Whistler, Grouse Mountain, and Mount Washington. While WildPlay Park tours introduce ziplining and bungee jumping, horseback-riding excursions take place along seaside trails. And it's not all strenuous activity, either. Darwin also oversees wine tours and trips to Butchart Gardens, a century-old estate brimming with blooms.
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    1020 Esquimalt Road
    Victoria, BC CA
  • Backdrop Sports
    Within a 2,000-square-foot shop, Backdrop Sports maintains and sells equipment that can turn the area’s roads and backcountry into outdoor playgrounds. Ready to fix up rides that tackle snow, dirt, or asphalt, the crew of experienced technicians performs tune-ups that help to renew skis and snowboards and improve gear performance. Leaving no detail untouched, they tune skis and snowboards by hand, waxing and grinding bases before giving each board a much-needed hug. Paying similar attention to bicycles, mechanics tighten, adjust, and lubricate everything bikes need to operate smoothly on challenging trails. The staff also can build custom bikes, cut new splitboards, and help customers navigate the store's stock of men’s and women’s apparel, mountain bikes, and snowboards.
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    2207 Everett Ave
    Everett, WA US

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