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52°F
Daily Message

It's true, time really does fly when you're having fun. From adrenaline-pumping laps in the Bike Park and scenic mountaintop hikes, to events like Above the Boom, Crafts & Cranks and Fox US Open of Mountain Biking, it's been an amazing summer at Big Bear Mountain Resort. Read our recap blog.. Snow Summit is scheduled to open for the 2019/20 winter season on Friday, Nov. 15 and Bear Mountain is scheduled to open Friday, Nov. 22. SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE BASED ON WEATHER AND CONDITIONS.

3-Day Forecast

Wed

71° 41°

Thu

64° 40°

Fri

71° 37°
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Weekly Snow Report | March 28, 2019

Posted On: Mar 27, 2019

Spring on the slopes means softer snow and sunny days. With over 150 inches of snowfall so far this season, it also means Big Bear Mountain Resort will be open for winter operations until Easter (April 21). Weekend forecasts are calling for temps in the mid to upper-50s, so grab your gear – and some friends – and take advantage of the extended season.

This weekend, come celebrate the warmer weather at Bear Break 2019, our annual homage to spring breaks past, featuring three days of on-hill contests, prize giveaways, and live music – March 29-31 at Bear Mountain. We’ll be hosting two competitions each day – including snow tube racing, an on-snow relay race, and daily pond skims – with the men’s and women’s winners of each event taking home a 2019/20 season pass, plus plenty of other prize giveaways throughout the weekend, so rock your best retro gear and come have some springtime fun.

If you’re all about the après, come play some big kid backyard games like colossal cornhole or big boy beer pong, ride the mechanical bull, or just post up on the sundeck and enjoy live performances by theLine and Low Lake Mountain Fire. Bear Break is free for all ages, but valid lift tickets or season passes are required to participate in on-hill activities.

For more information, go to Bear Break's event page and remember 2019/20 season pass are on sale now for the lowest price of the year. Hurry – prices go up April 8.

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