BEAR MOUNTAIN BASE CAMERAS
As Big Bear Mountain Resort prepares the mountains for the 21/22 winter operating season, we're excited to announce that new and improved platforms - website and mobile app - are coming soon. Stay tuned by signing up for our newsletter to learn about the launch scheduled for early November.
At this time, you will notice our current website does not reflect 21/22 operating details, including 21/22 Opening Day announcement, capabilities to purchase lift tickets and other products, and updated operating processes for the new season. All of this information will be included in the new website and mobile app launch.
Big Bear Mountain Resort offers guests insight on snow conditions, weather, and more with webcams located around the mountain. View below for live views and static images from the Bear Mountain's base cam.
Live cams can be controlled by users. Move control keys to rotate left or right, or to zoom in and out.
ELEVATION: 7,140 FEET / 2,176 METERS
Static images are still shots from the cams. These images are shot and updated approximately every 30-minutes or so. Static images cannot be controlled by users.
The Scene is where our Park Crew comes up with new setups throughout the season to give riders something to look for each time they hit the snow.
Bear Mountain’s main chairlift – accessing Park Run and a variety of other runs and park features. Chair 9 is over a mile in length and rises 1,310 vertical feet.
Southern California’s only halfpipes: 13 ft. halfpipe and 18 ft. standard pipe.
Chair 5 access Central Park with several intermediate park features and the famous snake run.
Home of Bear Mountain’s snake run.
LOWER PARK RUN
Check out the jump line on Lower Park Run.