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July 26, 2023

Mount Baker Glacier’s Perspective on Climate Change 1984-2022-Disastrous!

Camp above Coleman Glacier on Heliotrope Ridge, (Jill Pelto painting) Mount Baker is the most glaciated peak and highest mountain in the North Cascade Range at 3286 m.  The Nooksack Indian Tribe refers to this strato volcano as Komo Kulshan, the great white (smoking) watcher. Mount Baker has 12 significant glaciers that covered 42 km2 in 1984 and ranged in elevation from 1320 m to 3250 m.  Kulshan watches over …

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