It’s been snowing for awhile at Bear Mountain and there’s plenty more of the good stuff on its way. We’re expecting this storm to stick around for a couple days, with a predicted 1-2 feet of powder Saturday and Sunday. Get up here for freshies and face shots all weekend long! How lucky is this St. Patty’s Day? Track the weather HERE.
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We received 1-2 inches of fresh snow overnight! We were already working with very good coverage and the most open terrain in SoCal, but this little help from Mother Nature makes our quality snow conditions and surface even better. The storm has passed through and now we’re looking at another great day on the snow with packed powder conditions, with mostly sunny skies today and a high of 47. Sunshine continues through the weekend and all next week.
Conditions have been great the past few days. It just started snowing and we’re hoping for some more overnight. By tomorrow morning, this storm should clear out and leave us with another great day of mostly sunny skies. Chairs 6, 7, and 9 are open as well as all the runs accessed by them. Don’t forget that your Bear Mountain Only season passes are also good at Snow Summit through Friday, Feb. 10th. Go check out Westridge or head over to The Wall and Dicky’s for a refreshing change of pace. Save the date for Craig Coker’s War of Rails [...]
The holidays came to Bear Mountain a little early this year. We received 12-16 inches of fresh snow over the weekend and are looking at sunny skies again today. We now have excellent snow coverage, nearly 100% of the mountain open, the best snow conditions around, and 115 park features for all levels. We’re off to an amazing start this season! We’re expecting clear and sunny skies for the rest of the week, so things should get even better for the holidays.
Updated as of 12/01 at 3:30pm Looks like your dancing worked. Bear Mountain has received about 6 inches of natural snow and this is just the beginning; even more snow is forecast today through Saturday. We had a great night of snowmaking and it’s expected to continue throughout the week. Today’s high is 35 degrees and we’ve got machine groomed packed powder on Park Run and Rips Run. Although high wind warnings are in effect, Big Bear is not typically affected as we are not in passes or canyons where the strongest winds occur. Bundle up and have fun!