Archive for the ‘Snowmaking’ Category


One, Two, and a Third Storm to Hit Our Mountains

It snowed a bit last night and it is coming down this morning. We are expecting more snow all day as the low pressure travels closer to our mountains. It looks like more snow showers on Monday with periodic breaks. After the two storm systems have left us snowed and done, we’ve heard a prediction of up to 2 feet of snow accumulation in some areas. Building our inventory of snow only helps to keep the season going. One storm after another, then another? KROQ storms the mountains with performances by The Orwells (toured with Arctic Monkeys) and The Offspring []


NWS Winter Storm Warning In Effect 4 pm Today Through 4 pm Monday

The Warning calls for periods of snow showers with locally heavy snowfall for the mountains above 5,000 feet. What does this mean? It means Winter is back…Big time! The storm that rolled through Monday dropped 9 inches of fresh snow and gave our snow makers several nights to make even more. The storm arriving today is taking a very similar track and will also allow our snow makers to do what they do best; ensure through hard work that you will find the best conditions for skiing and riding in Southern California on their trails. With this storm stalling over []


Get Your Mid-Week Riding On Before the Next Storm

The storm hit us on Sunday afternoon and decided to hang around through Monday night. The total snowfall ended up at 9 inches. Then we experienced some low temperatures and dry air made for the perfect condition to make snow. After looking at payroll, we figured out that we invested 50 hours to the snow making crew. 9 (inches of natural snow) +50 (hours of snow making) = a completely resurfaced Bear Mountain for you to crush How about more good news? Weather models are showing yet another storm following the same path and we may get snow as soon []


Mt Hood Snowboard Camp is Coming to Bear

After 9 inches of new snow from the recent storm, there’s a renewed energy and attitude in the mountains. Whether you started doing the snow dance correctly or you finally washed the car in the hopes to bring snow, something worked. Keep doing what you’re doing, because another storm is brining snow as soon as Friday night. Your mid-week riding should be great, then the snow storm this weekend and that should make for another great week of sliding followed by High Cascade Snowboard Camp (HCSC) on March 7th and 8th. The camp is open to riders aged 9 to 18 []


Come Ride With Us Today

Our recent storm gave us a grand total of 9″ on top of our existing base of 8-24″. We have been able to make snow on top of that. We have more open terrain and better conditions than any other resort in SoCal. One ticket gets you two resorts. Why would you go anywhere else? Did you go to Air + Style and receive a voucher? Don’t forget to pre-register at least 24 hrs in advance by going to tickets.bearmtn.com. The voucher can then be redeemed at any ticket window and must be presented with the original Air + Style []


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