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Skiers and riders will find a machine groomed, hard pack surface as we open this morning to overcast skies and a temperature of 48 degrees. Chair 1 is scheduled to open at 9 am with service to the summit offering intermediate and advanced riders top-to-bottom skiing and riding on Miracle Mile. Chair 8 is also scheduled to open at 9 am for our Bear Beginner’s Area. All skier services are scheduled to be open today with the exception of our Ski and Snowboard School. We will be reassessing conditions if necessary throughout the day. This weekend will be a great opportunity to pick up your Big Bear Mountain Resort Season Pass before prices go up on December 8th! You can swing by the resort or you can stop in the BBMR booth at the LA SkiDazzle this weekend! We will be at the LA Convention Center December 4, 5, 6 & 7 where […]
Can you sneak to the slopes today? Looks like we have a great day of skiing and riding on our hands today before a weather system moves in for the middle of the week. We’re hoping the forecasts calling for snow pan out but either way it looks like we’ll be collecting some water back into Big Bear Lake! With the lake water level over 12 feet below normal, any precipitation in the valley is very welcome! Skiers and riders will find a groomed surface of hard pack snow which will soften up pretty quickly as the day warms up! Lifts open at 9 am this morning with Chair 1 providing access to the summit and top-to-bottom skiing and riding via Miracle Mile as well as Chair 8 servicing our Bear Bottom Beginner Area! See you on the slopes!
The snow pants might feel a little tighter this morning but don’t let that stop you from hitting the slopes on what looks to be a beautiful day! Today also marks the first day of riding at Bear Mountain! Conditions as we open this morning will be similar to what we found yesterday which is a machine groomed surface of hard packed snow which will soften quickly as the day rolls on. We are still experiencing early season conditions so please use caution when skiing and riding around trail edges.