Open Everyday 8am-6pm Phone 509-996-2515

Welcome to Goat’s Beard Mountain Supplies, Mazama Washington’s newest (and only!) outdoor supply shop. We are conveniently located next to the Mazama Store at the northern end of the Methow Valley at the base of Washington Pass with fantastic access to some of the best hiking, climbing, camping, and biking found in Washington’s North Cascades.

We focus on providing the best information on local activities, conditions, climbing beta, and equipment through our incredibly friendly and knowledgeable staff. When we're not in the store we are usually out having fun in the backcountry using what we sell. We take great pride in helping our customers select the right gear for their needs and product knowledge is a key element.

We welcome you to stop in to visit our charming cabin-turned-shop or call to discuss your outdoor recreation plans. Mazama is a small and friendly mountain town and we want to share our special home with you.

We carry a full line of the best equipment to meet your outdoor recreation needs along with the knowledge and willingness to help you determine what is best for you. See the list of brands we carry. Whether you are here to hike through meadows of wild flowers, climb alpine rock on Liberty Bell, sport climb at Fun Rock, bike the endless local trails, or simply camp at the edge of the Methow River, we have what you need to make your day perfect.

Local Conditions

Conditions for June = Hot and Melting Fast!

June 06, 2016

We have had an unusually warm and dry spring which is melting the snow quickly.  Some high country trails are ready for the adventurous but some need more time.  Here are the details: Harts Pass Rd is still closed at the trailer turn around about 9 miles past Mazama and 10 miles before the Pass.  We still have no scheduled date for the USFS to clear the rock debris from the road but stay tuned... Blue Lake, Rainy Lake, and the Maple Pass loop are still snow covered and are not "hikeable".  People have certainly hiked them on snow but the trails are hard to follow and the snow is still around 25" deep and soft. Cutthroat Lake Trail still...

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