Posts Tagged ‘Snowmaking’


Our Season is Going Strong

While other resorts outside of Big Bear are closing, reopening, then closing again, we have been open since the beginning of the season. Our season is going strong like Chuck Norris and it’s no joke. We are dedicated to you when it comes to snow sports. Snowmaking with our state of the art system is one example of our commitment to bring you the best experience. When the conditions allow for snowmaking we never miss an opportunity to turn on the guns. It is our priority to make sure you have the best season possible. The season is going so strong, we []


Get Some Midweek Glory

The forecast for tomorrow calls for sunny skies and a high of 42. If you ask anyone that rides all the time, they will tell you the current conditions are excellent in terms of visibility, comfort, snow quality and texture. Whether you’re a seasoned rider or just learning, you need to take time off your regularly scheduled program and come play in the best conditions of the season. You wanted snow, we have it: 12-24 inch base with another 16-20 inches of natural snow in the past week, and six nights of snow making…You do the math. Tire chains? Just leave []


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 []


It’s Different in Big Bear

  “And another one gone, and another one gone, another one bites the dust.” – Queen We heard that another resort outside of Big Bear closed recently. That’s the second one to close early in the season and when that happened, we were sad about it too. They rely on the little well water that’s available and often times will limit their snowmaking which leads to fewer open trails or even early closure. Good thing we are in Big Bear, it’s different here. One huge difference is the water supply. Water is one of the main ingredients in real snow and []


Still the Best Conditions in Southern California

We don’t miss an opportunity to make real snow. Last night was one of those opportunities and we’re hoping to blast the snow guns again tonight and tomorrow night. This is how we continue to have the best conditions in all of Southern California. Snow is made of water and air. When we atomize water with high pressure compressed air while the temperature is low and the air is dry, it turns to snow. Natural or man made, it’s real snow. Just like the real snow that will be used to blanket the 16 story ramp and giant kicker for []


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