Day 3 of the holiday weekend at Bear Mountain and the party continues. Our Season Pass Holders from East Coast to West Coast deal is valid today along with our BBMR Season Pass Holders: Bring A Friend for Half-off deal! For full details on both of these specials, checkout our Discounts page. The first episode of our new web series Bear Necessities is out now and is definitely worth a watch, click HERE to view it now! War of Rails is about a month away and it is our biggest event of the year taking place right in front of the Beach Bar […]
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Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from Bear Mountain, where our park staff rides as good as they build! We will be open all day and night for skiing and snowboarding. If you’re sick of sitting around, come enjoy 85% of the open mountain littered with every shape & size feature you can handle. You owe it to yourself it’s Christmas!!!
Today is the second official day of our Holiday period and holiday rates are in effect. Snow Summit is offering night skiing/snowboarding tonight through January 4th with the exclusion of Christmas Eve (Dec 24th). Park Staff, as always, has been hard at work creating the most exciting, influential and creative features that any level of skier or snowboarder can enjoy and even excel on. With combination of fresh fallen snow from the last storm as well as good snowmaking conditions we are not affected by the “snow drought” like the rest of California and have most runs open with something […]
Park Run Face received a good amount of snowmaking this week and now both hips in powder bowl are open! Skip the jibs in the gulch for some air time on Park Run. The Red Bull Plaza has also opened up more features and a smaller jump line was built on lower park run. Today we opened Rip’s Run. Next to open is Hidden Valley, Amusement Park, and Central Park. All day adult lift tickets are still at our early season rate of just $48 through Friday December 13th. After Friday you can still receive our early season ticket rate […]
We gained another 2-4 inches of snow last night and have continued to make snow while conditions permit. New forecasts show another storm rolling in on Thanksgiving that could potentially bring some more snow! Despite the recent snowfall and snowmaking we don’t have a set opening date yet. Always carry chains and drive carefully while winter weather is in effect.