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Join us this weekend, May 24-27, as we kickoff summer at Big Bear Mountain Resort. Bring the whole family and enjoy free activities including live music, big kid backyard games (giant cornhole, ladder golf, beer pong), vendor booths, giveaways, and more. Enjoy opening day lift ticket specials for only $25, valid only on May 24. Purchase your tickets in advance to save 20%. Buy now.

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Weekly Snow Report | Jan. 10, 2019

Posted On: Jan 10, 2019

MORE FRESHIES IN THE FORECAST

Prime time powder is on the way to Big Bear Mountain Resort, with forecasts are calling for fresh flurries starting tomorrow (Friday, Jan. 11) through next Thursday. Snowmaking is scheduled to resume tonight with temps expected to drop into the 20s. More snow means more rideable terrain, so do your best snow dance, then come join the fun.

This weekend, Southern California’s only halfpipes will be open to the public, including the 18-footer, which is scheduled to make its season debut on Saturday:

❄ Mini Pipe (4ft)
❄ Halfpipe (13ft)
❄ Standard Pipe (18ft)

At Bear Mountain, Chair 3 is expected to be open this weekend, giving riders access to Backdoors, Gambler, and Pipeline and bringing Bear to 100% terrain open! In The Scene, check be sure to out the new S-Rail and stay tuned for new feature updates by following us on Instagram (#BearMountain #BearBuilt).

The Scene, rails in the snow for snowboarders and skiets 

At Snow Summit, check out the changes on Chair 9, with The Skill Builder Park receiving a top-to-bottom rebuild this week.

With the storm coming in this weekend, remember to check road conditions before you head out to see if snow chains are required. There are 3 ways up and 3 ways home, so plan ahead and be sure to check our road conditions page with real-time updates provided by Caltrans.

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