There are a variety of ways to get here.
From Bellingham, head east along Sunset Drive which turns into SR 542 (Mt Baker Hwy). To get to Van Zandt or Acme, turn right (South) onto SR 9 (Valley Hwy) at the junction, just east of Deming. For all other communities, continue on SR 542.
If you’re an experienced cycler and you’re looking to get out of town for a day, the Mt Baker area makes for some spectacular riding. The route is the exact same as one would take by car: east from Bellingham along SR 542. To get to Van Zandt or Acme, turn right onto SR 9 (Valley Hwy) at the junction just east of Deming.
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The easiest way to get here from outside the region by bus is to first travel to Bellingham, WA. Popular commercial bus companies that have regular routes between Seattle and Bellingham include BoltBus, Bellair Charters & Airporter and Greyhound. Bus companies with regular routes between Vancouver, British Columbia and Bellingham include Quick Coach and GotoBus.
Deming, Van Zandt, and Kendall can be reached on the 72X bus from Bellingham. More information can obtained from the Whatcom Transit Authority. Currently, there are no WTA buses to Acme, Maple Falls, or Glacier. In the winter when the Mt Baker Ski Area is open, you can schedule a seat on the Baker Bus which has stops in Kendall, Maple Falls, and Glacier.
Amtrak offers multiple trains per day between Seattle, WA. and Vancouver, British Columbia. All trains include a stop in Bellingham, WA.