We have received 8″ to 10″ of fresh snow over night and it’s still coming down! This is the best storm we’ve had all season. It may take a little extra time traveling to the mountains today but it will be more than worth it! Don’t forget your tire chains, they are required on all vehicles except those with 4wd and awd with snow tires on highways 18 and 38. Highway 330/18 the front way is closed but plans to reopen this morning. Check CalTrans for the latest road information. The worlds biggest ski rail jam starts today after a weather hold yesterday. […]
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With the recent snowfall and cooling trend, Bear Mountain is now 100% open with excellent coverage! Making for the best conditions of the season! So Cal’s Only Superpipe opened this week so if you’re heading up be sure to check it out. We have feature changes coming this week to an already fully loaded park! The Analog UFO has been moved up on to the hill, as well as the Bat-Wing and the Wedding Cake features being added to the gulch. The Street Scene and Red Bull Plaza are a dream come to for the urban style riders out there. […]
All three roads to Big Bear are OPEN with no chains required.. Because road and chain conditions are in a constant state of change, please refer to ie511.org for real-time traffic info from Cal Trans For tips on how to put on tire chains, watch our instructional Youtube video.
Please check with ie511.org for real time traffic. All roads are OPEN and clear. HWY 330/18 through Running Springs, HWY 38 through Redlands and HWY 18 through Lucerne are open with no chains required. This week’s planned 330 closure has been postponed. Hwy 330/18 the front way is OPEN for travel today and tomorrow. All vehicles must always carry chains when traveling to the mountains during the winter months.
All three roads to Big Bear are open with no chains required. Hwy 330/18 the front way- open- no chains required. Hwy 38 through Redlands- open – no chains required. and Hwy 18 through Lucerne open- no chains required All vehicles must always carry chains when traveling to the mountains during winter months.