Posts Tagged ‘cruiser’
Having trouble thinking of something exciting to do with your sweetheart this V day? Skip the expensive and overcrowded restaurants and take a trip to the snow. We’ve got a lift ticket deal going on right now where if you purchase your ticket for Friday the 14th in advance you can get half off. If you don’t have a date this friday bring all your friends and everyone rides for half price! To find out more about this special on our website, click HERE. It may be warm by the beach but the weather up here is still cool and the snow is super fun! We have a 12-36 inch snowbase and excellent coverage. On the west side, Sundown and Cruiser are open with low intermediate/ intermediate terrain perfect for beginners. The Park on Westridge recently got a facelift with some new features and layout. On the east side Chair 7 is […]
Wednesday night’s snowstorm brought us a sneak peak of what is to come this winter! Mountain Bikers and hikers need not worry, while we did receive 4 inches of snow this will not effect the Bike Park and Scenic Sky Chair today! Mountain Bikers: Trail Crew is calling for an epic day! Friday’s shoveling efforts worked and for the most part the puddles have all dried on the trails. As the sun begins to melt some areas of the trails they may get a bit muddy. Use caution and have fun! Hikers: Use caution when hiking. Aggressive tread shoes are recommended as trails may be muddy and slippery from Wednesday’s snow. The Scenic Sky Chair and Bike Park are open from 9am- 4pm today. The Golf Course and Driving Range are open! Call (909) 585-8002 for T-times. Don’t forget to check out the Rental Shop for the best prices on […]
With over 56 hours of snowmaking we have been opening more lifts and runs. Today Chair 9 opens accessing Cruiser and Sundown. Chair 10 opens tomorrow serving Perfect Pitches, SugarPine and SideShow. Snowmaking has been concentrated on Lower Westridge which is one of the next runs to open and additional jibs and snow features will be available soon. All roads into Big Bear are open with no chains required.