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Come Ride in Fresh Pow

The weather has been really good to us. We have 3″ of new snowfall. On top our already established base of 8-24″ plus 6″ yesterday equals tons of fun on fresh pow. To make it even better it’s midweek so the slopes will be wide open. Save the date. Our annual Scout Day is just around the corner. Join us March 7, 2015 to earn your Snow Sports Badge. Discounted rates are available for scouts and family member. Reservations are required. For more information on how you can register your troop call Group Sales at 909-584-0220 or 909-866-0290 or email []


Fresh Snow- And Who Is Coming To Camp?

Can you say, “Perfect timing?” After 6 inches of new snow, your mid-week riding is going to be great. Forecast is calling for more snow through tonight and bluebird tomorrow. If you buy your tickets at least 24 hours in advance, you can save up to $13. Buy Tickets Now In the summertime, on a mountain far, far away….On the south side of Mount Hood is Palmer Glacier, the location of High Cascade Snowboard Camp. Since 1990, people from all over the world have participated in this camp. You don’t have to wait for summer, they are coming from Mt []


8 to 12 Inches of New Snow Expected

USASA started the day at Powder Bowl for the Boardercross competition. People came from all over to compete today, a few from Mammoth, some from Tahoe, LA, OC, and our surrounding areas. KPWR hosted the annual “Snowed In” event on the deck with Flo Rida and winner of American Idol, Jordin Sparks. The weather decided to cooperate and waited until the event was over, to really start snowing. According to the National Weather Service, snow will become heavier and steadier overnight we’re expecting new snow accumulation of 8 to 12 inches or more above 6000 feet. If you’re savvy, you []


There Is A Storm In Today’s Forecast- And Lots Of Fun…

The Weather Service has reassessed overnight and we are now looking at predictions of snow starting this afternoon and snowing through Tuesday with accumulations of 3 to 7 inches in the base area and more on the summits. So… It’s on its way, what to do today? The destination for this weekend is the Rose Bowl in Pasadena. It’s the same stadium where the Rose Bowl game is traditionally played on New Year’s Day. Thousands piled into the stadium yesterday as the Air + Style (A+S) event made its debut in the US. 16 of the world’s greatest snowboarder competed []


It’s Different in Big Bear

  “And another one gone, and another one gone, another one bites the dust.” – Queen We heard that another resort outside of Big Bear closed recently. That’s the second one to close early in the season and when that happened, we were sad about it too. They rely on the little well water that’s available and often times will limit their snowmaking which leads to fewer open trails or even early closure. Good thing we are in Big Bear, it’s different here. One huge difference is the water supply. Water is one of the main ingredients in real snow and []


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