Rent the Baker Bus

Rent the Baker Bus for you special occasion of any size


Note to Baker Bus Riders

If you plan on riding the Baker Bus, please reserve a seat by clicking the "Need a Ride?" link on the left.  The Bus WILL NOT run if there are no seats reserved.


Please be visible at the stops when the bus arrives, the bus may not stop if there are no visible passengers.


Also, the Baker Bus only runs from Bellingham on Weekends and Holidays.
During weekdays Bellingham riders can connect to the Baker Bus via the WTA 72x route.  Please check their schedule for pickup times in Bellingham.  The Baker Bus will wait for the 72x to arrive in Kendall at 7:40am.


For scheduling updates check our facebook page

Pickup Locations
  1. Lincoln Creek Park n Ride in Bellingham - 6:50am
  2. Cost Cutter at Sunset Square in Bellingham - 7:00am
  3. Valero in Kendall - 7:45am
  4. Graham's in Glacier - 8:00am

For more detail check the schedule page


The Baker Bus is an affordable, community supported transportation service dedicated to the protection of the Nooksack River Watershed. We currently provide winter service to Mt Baker Ski Area throughout Whatcom County. With vehicles prepared to handle any weather, safety is our foremost priority.


Need a Ride?

Please fill out a form on the Need a Ride? link to let us know you plan on riding the bus.

The Baker Bus only runs from Bellingham on Weekends and Holidays.

Please see Mt Baker Ski Area website for holiday schedule.  Bellingham riders can ride the WTA 72x to connect with the Baker Bus in Kendall on weekdays.

Please be visible at the stops or else the bus may not stop.

Please use the Baker Bus ride request system on the website to show interest in riding the buses. Please note this DOES NOT guarantee you a spot, it is simply helpful to us for our scheduling. The buses are first come, first serve, and may be full on exceptionally busy days.  Please take the time to let us know you are planning on riding with us by using the link in the menu on the left.  It helps our scheduling immensely!

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