Weekly Snow Report | Dec. 5, 2019
19/20 SEASON OFF TO RECORD-SETTING START
After last week’s record-setting snowfall
, Mother Nature is back at it, delivering 2-3" of fresh pow
to Big Bear Mountain Resort (BBMR). Weekend forecasts are calling for mostly sunny skies with daytime highs in the upper 30s and low 40s and a chance for more snow on Saturday before giving way to an extended period of clear skies and moderate temps.
At Snow Summit, come enjoy 7 chairs (including MC3) with access to 13 trails now open daily and Chair 9 (Lower Westridge, Skyline Creek, Cruiser, Sundown, and Mainstream) scheduled to this weekend. Come play in the park with 18 new features, or check out the Grizzly Ridge Tube Park
, open Friday-Sunday from 10AM-5PM, with ticket sales ending at 3:30PM and daily operations beginning Dec. 13. Please note, Night Sessions
will not be available Dec. 6-7 so our operations teams can take advantage of the prime snowmaking conditions and continue to provide the best snow conditions in SoCal.
At Bear Mountain, get ready for 7 chairs (including MC1-4) accessing 11 trails, with Hidden Valley, Powderbowl, Park Face, Learning Curve and Amusement Park are scheduled to open this weekend. The park current has 47 features:
Park Run - 21 jibs, 2 jumps, and 1 hip
Red Bull Plaza - 8 jibs
Hidden Valley - 8 rollers, 1 jib
Central Park - 2 jumps, 2 jibs
Easy Street - 2 jibs
Please note, Bear Mountain will operate on weekends-only (Friday-Sunday) until Dec. 20. In the meantime, all Bear Mountain Anytime passholders
can ski/ride at Snow Summit midweek (Monday-Thursday) until Dec. 19.
Remember to always 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 for any traffic restrictions by visiting our road conditions page
with real-time updates provided by SoCalMtns.
Still need to lock in your pass and resort benefits? Purchase a 19/20 season pass online today
. Hurry – prices go up Dec. 23.
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