Posts Tagged ‘spring’


Spring Skiing and Riding Strategy

There is a reason Spring skiing and riding holds such a mystique among our guests both young and old. Warm, sunny days and the chance to pull out some vintage ski wear and costumes (we have seen teletubbies, pokemon, cows and kangaroos just to name a few) add an extra air of fun and things take on a very social atmosphere. Afternoons on the deck with a beverage or two become the standard closer to a day of good times. When it comes to snow, Spring can be epic but it requires some attention to your equipment to get the most from the slopes. It is very important to have the “right wax” and texture on your board or skis. Wax is pretty simple- it helps the ski/board glide, in the Spring you glide on a film of water. The texture is very important because it guides the drops and […]

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Spring Ain’t Got Nothing On Us

The calendar says that Spring is right around the corner, but our winter season is still going strong.  While other SoCal resorts are closing up shop, we along with our sister resort, Bear Mountain, still have plenty of terrain open and we intend to keep you riding as far into Spring as possible.  How do we keep having the most consistent skiing and riding conditions in the region?  The answer is simple: thanks to our snowmaking system and crew we are able to back up our commitment to providing the most reliable and consistent on snow experience to you, our guest. Spring holds a mystique among skiers and riders. Conditions can range from late powder to the ever popular “corn” snow you’ll hear many speak of. The days are longer, and warmer with plenty of sun (at least here in Southern California). Folks still get their fill in of skiing and riding, […]

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Sunny Thursday

Today’s weather forecast shows a high of 57 degrees which makes for some great spring skiing and riding. Nearly 85% of the resort is currently open so come on up to take advantage of our very good snow coverage on the open runs, a 12-24″ snow base, and terrain & features for everyone. Midweek riding is the best time to get in as many laps as your legs can handle because there are no lift lines and less people on the slopes. If you need to head home early you can leave by 1:00 pm you can get a partial voucher for your next visit to the resorts. Just turn your lift ticket into any ticket window to get a voucher for up to $15 that you can use on your next trip. This weekend on February 22nd Analog is hosting the Analog Go Huck Yourself Contest this Saturday. Enter […]

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