Tomorrow we are expecting another bluebird day. It’s the “calm before the storm”. Another round of winter weather is expected to roll in over night and stay with us through the weekend accumulating another 3-5″ of new snow! We are proud to be hosting our annual Scout Day. We look forward to this day every year. This event will be held on March 7. Bring your troop to earn their Snow Sports Merit Badge. For reservations call 909-584-0220 or email Sales@BearMtn.com Buy Tickets Now Snow Report
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USASA started the day at Powder Bowl for the Boardercross competition. People came from all over to compete today, a few from Mammoth, some from Tahoe, LA, OC, and our surrounding areas. KPWR hosted the annual “Snowed In” event on the deck with Flo Rida and winner of American Idol, Jordin Sparks. The weather decided to cooperate and waited until the event was over, to really start snowing. According to the National Weather Service, snow will become heavier and steadier overnight we’re expecting new snow accumulation of 8 to 12 inches or more above 6000 feet. If you’re savvy, you […]
“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 […]
What a way to bring in the new year! Our recent storm brought us close to a foot of new snow to our resorts. Thanks to the cold temperatures we have been able to make snow on Geronimo and our feature count is up to 76 including 3 – 1/4 pipes. If you are searching for New Year’s Eve plans on the hill, look no further! We are going to have an awesome party in the Board Room bar here at Bear Mountain. Tickets are only $20 dollars, and it will get you a champagne toast and free appetizers too! […]
The storm is already rolling in. Now it’s time to wait for the snow to fall. If you’re planning on attending our New Year’s Eve bash, now is the best time to drive up! You can wake up tomorrow in a winter wonderland ready to ring in 2015 with us. We’re expecting to get a few inches of fresh snow tonight and for snowfall to continue through tomorrow. Currently the roads are clear and open. We’ll be updating weather and road conditions as the storm develops. As always, don’t forget your tire chains!