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We Got Some Snow!

Not a ton, but we received  nearly two and a half inches of new snow! Also in the forecast are some cold temps which could mean perfect snowmaking weather. Keep those fingers crossed, winter is coming!


Park Firing on All Cylinders!

While many people are battling spring conditions we are embracing it! Why? Because nothing beats those sunny sweatshirt days on the slopes with all your buds! Especially when the park is stacked. Whenever we get any snowmaking opportunities we focus our firing power on Park Run most of the time which is why it still has good coverage and tons of features. We are staying focused on our park and doing everything possible to keep it fun and diverse! While we are on that note we should give a HUGE shout out to Dan Neilson and his Park Crew, they []


Fun Park Conditions

The Peoples Park is top notch right now with fun features for all abilities. The Hips on Park Run have recently been re-shaped and they are perfect for blasting big airs! The jib lines on Expressway, The Gulch, and Lower Park run are kept fresh all day thanks to Park Crew and the Bottom two jumps are bigger now thanks to some snowmaking Sunday night. Bottom line, our park is ridiculously fun right now! We’ve got several discounts going on this month for not only our own season pass holders but for other mountains as well! Through January 31st we’ve []


Features for Everybody

Here at Bear Mountain we take pride in our well diverse park. Of course we are home to top pros and have features like those seen in the Red Bull Plaza, but that’s not what we are all about. We may not all be Chris Bradshaw’s but we do all want that feeling. The feeling of trying something new and overcoming the fear of potential consequences. In our opinion, there is no better feeling in the world. Thanks to our Skill Builder Parks and entry level features beginners and intermediate riders are able to capture that indescribable feeling of conquering []


TGIF

It’s hard to beat a Friday at Bear Mountain. The park is unreal right now with tons of fun features for all ability levels. Park Crew did some remodeling this week and Powder Bowl is now a great alternate route from Expressway and is often the path less traveled if your hoping to avoid crowds.  Chair 4 accessing Silver Mountain has good coverage, offers cambered steeps, and never has a long lift line! Check it out today for some of the best available skiing & riding in California. We are so confident in our current conditions that we would like []


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