Posts Tagged ‘New Year’s Eve party’
What a week… We got through Christmas experiencing prime conditions for snowmaking, opened trails and chairs, and we have heard that natural snow could happen as early as tomorrow evening. Just because the day is over, doesn’t mean we’re done. Night session will go on until 9:30 pm. These nightly adventures will continue through January 3rd. If you would like to extend your day session tickets to include our night session it is only a $15 upgrade. Coming up here in a few days? We have other nighttime fun planned for you. Our New Year’s Eve festivities will start with our annual Torchlight parade and the party that follows the event will feature DJ Desi from 8 pm to 12:30 am! $20 tickets are available at the door on the night of the event. Admission includes appetizers, a champagne toast and more! See you there! This party is 21+.
The last day of 2013 is upon us and what could be better than spending it shredding the slopes! Thanks to some much needed snowmaking weather and our state of the art snowmaking system the conditions are super fun right now with a 12-24″ base and good coverage. Tired of doing the same thing and going to the same old parties every year? Start fresh this year and ring in 2014 in a new and unforgettable way! We’re starting the night off right with DJ SlipMatt at Slopeside Pub at 6pm. Night session runs from 3pm-9:30pm and we will take a brief hiatus around 6:30 to shut off the lights and light up the night with our Torchlight Parade. The parade will start at 7:00 p.m. and although you can view it from all over the Big Bear Valley, the best view is right here at the base of the resort. After […]
Check out Snow Summit’s annual Torchlight Parade beginning tonight at 7pm. View the serpentine of lights from across the lake or right here at the base of the mountain. The New Year’s Eve party will follow, Hors d’oeuvres and cocktails will be served and the cover charge is $10. Today is going to be a chilly one; so be sure to dress warm and have fun! Enjoy excellent packed powder conditions. We recommend using Hwy 38 (through Redlands) or Hwy 18 (the back way through Lucerne Valley). HWY 18 thru Lucerne Valley and HWY 38 thru Redlands are open with no chains required. Hwy 330 is closed below Running Springs. There is a detour through Lake Arrowhead however this route is much longer and not recommended. All vehicles must always carry chains when traveling in the mountains during winter months.