We received 12-14 inches of fresh snow yesterday, making Bear Mountain the place to be this weekend! We have a packed powder surface today and the best skiing and riding in SoCal! We’re looking at mostly sunny skies today with a high of 39. Our park is fully-loaded with features for all skill levels. We offer the largest beginner area in Southern California, and have the highest lift served peak in Southern California! Need a couple more reasons to head up this weekend? How about coming to check out the Transworld Snowboarding TransAm event. It is the last stop of […]
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As of 11:12 Saturday March 9th, all three roads to Big Bear are open with no chains required. All vehicles must always carry chains when traveling to the mountains during winter months.
There is no place to be like Bear Mountain right now! With conditions this good, weather this nice, and little to no crowds during the week, it really is the place to be. Comfortable temps and sunny skies are predicted throughout the week and our current surface ranges from machine groomed packed powder to machine groomed hard pack. The park is packed with features and unique set ups everywhere you look! War Of Rails is on the near horizon coming this Friday through Sunday. As the biggest ski contest on the West Coast it attracts big names, big cash prizes, and big […]
Sunny skies are in the forecast through the rest of the week and weekend with a high of 49 today! The park is on point and we have a mostly machine groomed packed powder surface today. Get ready for this holiday weekend by purchasing your lift tickets at least one day in advance. Call our reservation specialists at 909.866.5841 or click HERE to make your reservations today. Don’t miss Snow Summit’s night session this Friday and Saturday night, with a bonus holiday night session on Sunday! All three roads (including 330/18, 18 and 38) to Big Bear are open.
Hot laps, pow slashes, and leg burners were going down all day today! With the biggest storm of the year hitting Friday, attention turned from the park to the pow! With all this new snow there was no shortage of hooting and hollering as everyone chased down the powder. New snow obviously means some pow riding, but it also means Park Staff is fueled up to let their creative juices flow. Stay tuned for park updates coming soon! Skies are expected to stay clear throughout the weekend for more sunny days on the snow! Also USASA Slopestyle contest today!