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It’s Really Good Up Here

If the other resorts say that they’re “Temporarily Closed” do we have to say we are “Temporarily Open?” We’ve been open daily since the beginning of the season and we’re still going strong. We’ve invested more than $12 million in the past few seasons to advance our snow making capabilities, so that we can provide you more reliable snow quality and conditions…right about now, it’s paying off big. We don’t have to close, then reopen for a few days, then close again. Just like you, we also know that Big Bear is the dependable resort. We go through these laborious []


Our Season is Going Strong

While other resorts outside of Big Bear are closing, reopening, then closing again, we have been open since the beginning of the season. Our season is going strong like Chuck Norris and it’s no joke. We are dedicated to you when it comes to snow sports. Snowmaking with our state of the art system is one example of our commitment to bring you the best experience. When the conditions allow for snowmaking we never miss an opportunity to turn on the guns. It is our priority to make sure you have the best season possible. The season is going so strong, we []


If Only There Was a Repeat Button

Today was a blasty blast! The Orwells hit the stage right on time to prime the deck full of party people. Then The Offspring took the stage by storm and played a solid 40 minute set, they killed it. The Main stage was set up on the deck with easy access to the Beach Bar but the party didn’t stop there. The backdrop to the Main stage and all the action was The Scene and our mountain with the people spilling onto The Scene. It’s rare that a band of this scale and longevity has a first time for anything anymore, but []


One Hour Forward or Back?

There are so many things going on this weekend, this Bear’s head is spinning. Today was the first day of High Cascade Snowboarding Camp. Riders are getting coached on their skill sets, polishing up on maneuvers to get ready for the TransAm 2015 Finals for next weekend at Bear. Daylight saving time happens on Sunday morning, March 8 at 2:00 a.m. If you’re wondering whether to go one hour forward or backward, the term “Spring forward – fall back” should help you remember. When you set your body clock one hour forward, you lose hour of sleep and your whole schedule []


15 Minutes Could Save You…

  Bear Vitals for Monday the 9th Weather: Mostly sunny skies Snow depth: 8-24” Surface: Machine groomed First chair: 8:30 am Road condition: All roads to Big Bear are open with no restrictions You know the saying, “15 minutes could save you 15% or more”? Well this Valentine’s Day you have two options of ways to save money. First by switching to “single”. Otherwise you’re going to have to come up with a plan to take advantage of our Romantic Evening Under the Stars Night Session deal. Starting at 3 pm on Valentine’s Day, save on night session tickets at []


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