Today is the perfect day to extend your weekend or winter vacation! We received 4″ of fresh snow last night and today’s surface ranges from machine groomed packed powder to POWDER. We’ve also been making snow since early last night and expect to keep the guns all all day, weather permitting. Today’s forecast is mostly sunny with a high of 39 degrees. Lifts open at 8:30am but you’ll want to line up early for the freshest tracks. Take a break from lapping to watch this season’s first episode of Sunday In The Park! View the edit HERE.
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We were treated with another spring snow storm yesterday that left us 6″ of new snow. Today, we are looking at sunny skies with a high of 53 degrees. The conditions are amazing for this time of year and more great riding and great times are still to come. Join us and enjoy some of the best spring conditions we’ve seen in years! We’ll be here and we hope to see YOU.
Last weekend’s storm was quite the March Miracle. We received 28-32″ of powder. The sun will be shining the rest of the week and we are looking at a high of 35 degrees today. The cool temps are a plus because they will keep the new snow in its powdery state, so get out here and enjoy the good stuff! Don’t let the sun fool you though, it’s going to be chilly so bundle up! Click HERE for our new operating hours.
It’s a March miracle! This storm brought 24 to 27 inches of new snow and it’s still snowing. It’s a beautiful scene outside today; the mountain is caked with powder, the town is glistening in white, and spirits are at an ultimate high. Today’s powder and packed powder conditions look better than ever. It may take you a little extra time to get here this morning, but this is a treat you dearly deserve. Have fun!
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.