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^^^^^ Do you see that? There is snow in our future! Forecasts are calling for up to nine inches on the mountain! Conditions next week should be ripe for more snowmaking. So we’re looking at snow on snow! It will start as rain on Thursday (great for the reservoirs!) before the temperature drops and we get glorious snow. Bear Mountain is now scheduled to open for daily operations on Saturday, Dec. 13, at 8:30 am. Bear will open with Chair 1, but if conditions improve we could get Chair 9 going, as well! Keep thinking snow, it’s working!
Have we mentioned lately how much we love seeing your fan photos? Use the hashtag #snowsummit to make sure your photos get included in our daily fan photos gallery! It looks like you guys are taking advantage of the six terrain features we brought back to Miracle Mile. And of course enjoying time on the only SoCal resort open! Local forecasts are calling for snow on Friday. Keep you fingers crossed! Bear Mountain is scheduled to open for daily operations as well on Friday, so it could end up being a huge weekend! Early season pricing is still in effect: Discounted Early Season Rates Day Half-Day Adult (22+) $45 $38 Young Adults (13-21) $38 $31 Child (7-12) $18 $14 Child (6 & Under)** FREE FREE
Local forecasts are calling for snow this weekend. Keep the positive affirmations coming, we want snow! We have six skill-builder terrain features on Miracle Mile now. Snow Summit is proud to be the only resort in Southern California open and we are working hard to open more runs and features as the weather improves. With the holidays looming, our Sport Shop might have just the thing for the Snow Summit fan(s) in your family. From hand-painted tree ornaments to picture frames and stuffed animals, the Sport Shop has much more than just winter clothes! Bear Mountain is scheduled to open on Friday, Dec. 12, for daily operations. Follow their Facebook for updates about conditions and runs. Mammoth Mountain announced over the weekend that they now have top-to-bottom coverage. What better time to upgrade your pass to a Cali4nia Pass and get all four major California parks with one pass?