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Quick Facts
Advanced Terrain: 25%
Base Elevation: 7,000 Feet (2182.0 Meters)
Beginner Terrain: 10%
Intermediate Terrain: 65%
Skiable Acres: 230 Acres
Summit Elevation: 8,200 Feet (2556.1 Meters)
Vertical Rise: 1,200 Feet (374.1 Meters)
Number of Runs: 31
Number of Lifts: 9 2 high-speed quads
Snowmaking Acres: 100%


General Information

Description - Snow Summit's parent company has recently purchased Big Bear Mountain. The two resorts, located just one mile apart, will be jointly marketed under the entity referred to as "Big Bear Mountain Resorts." As a result, Big Bear Mountain Resort will revert to its former name of Bear Mountain Resort. Bear Mountain will be oriented more toward the youthful freestyle skiers and snowboarders whereas Snow Summit will cater more to families with children and mainstream skiers and snowboarders.

Big Bear Mountain Resorts is Southern California's only four-season mountain resort. Summer attractions include Snow Summit Scenic Sky Chair and Bear Mountain Resort Golf Course where fun on the fairways is enjoyed at an elevation of 7,000 feet. For rates, services and more, refer to the Big Bear Mountain Resorts link and phone numbers found on this web page.

Attractions - Snow Summit is a full-service winter playground for the entire family. With two high-speed quad lifts and limited ticket sales, guests spend their time at Snow Summit gliding down perfectly groomed runs with inspiring lake views, instead of waiting in lines.

Recreation - Big Bear Mountain Resorts offer year-round recreation activities. The winter season brings opportunities for skiing and snowboarding. Night skiing is available until 9:30pm at Snow Summit on weekends and holidays. In the summer season, a chairlift operates and guests find hiking and mountain biking opportunities.

Climate - Climate in this region varies greatly with elevation. Temperatures can be 70 degrees in Los Angeles while only 40 degrees at Big Bear Lake. It can snow almost any month of the year in the highest elevations. Heavy snow is possible in the high elevations during the winter months. Most of the precipitation comes between November and April so summers tend to be dry. Summer temperatures are normally warm to hot at the low elevations and more moderate at the higher elevations. Nighttime temperatures can be cool in the mountains, even during the summer months.

Location - Bear Mountain and Snow Summit are approximately one mile apart and are located near Big Bear Lake,in the San Bernardino Mountains. The resorts are only a 1-3 hour drive from most Southern California locations.


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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Downhill Skiing 230 acres
Yes
ICON Snowboarding 230 acres
Yes


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Contact Information:
Big Bear Mountain Resorts , , , , Phone: 909-866-5766

Additional Information:
California Ski Resorts - The State of California is home to spectacular mountains and world famous skiing and snowboarding.
Inland Empire Region - The Inland Empire lies between the coast and the deserts of Southern California. The Inland Empire offers soaring mountains, alpine lakes, historic sites, lush vineyards and colorful entertainment.

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