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Skagit River valley and Highway 20

These trips are in the Skagit River valley above Sedro Woolley, but exclude Mount Baker and the Baker River valley.

4 Responses

  1. Please send me an email regarding lectures/talks and field trips.
    Thank you,

    • Please subscribe to this blog and also the Mont Baker Volcano Research Center blog to receive field trip and lecture notifications. We do not send out bulk emails about events.

  2. I received a notice of a Skagit Valley geology trip, but alas, I have no details…like when and where.
    Please advise,

    • Jo, There are no trips planned until next spring. There was no trip planned or scheduled in the Skagit Valley. The page on which you posted your comment links to the self-guided trips I describe in my personal blog, Northwest Geology Field Trips. All field trips are announced via email sub to on the Mount Baker Volcano Research Center website: mbvrc.wordpress.com. There are a number of presentations in Whatcom County over the next month about Mount Baker eruption history and hazards. These are posted here:
      Dave Tucker

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