Take an enchanting ride under the stars at Snow Summit.
Southern California mountains were covered with a fresh blanket of snow thanks to a trio of storms that swept through the region, adding 5 inches to the slopes at Big Bear. Which means the sunny Southern California mountains have turned into an enchanting, snowy-covered dream and every skier’s dream.
With snowfall beginning on Friday and continuing through Saturday, Big Bear resort has already seen weekend day tickets sell out. However, night skiing is still on and it looks like a true winter wonderland. According to resort officials, Night Session tickets are still available for Saturday and are valid from 3 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. which also comes with free parking during those hours.
Beginner and intermediate snowboarders and skiers will be able to glide down the beautifully illuminated Upper Miracle Mile and Summit Run or along the legendary Westridge Park. With fewer people, the Night Sessions are the perfect opportunity for all those adrenaline junkies out there to test out jumps and jibs. Not to mention the fact that Westridge undergoes a full evening groom during “giving riders the freshest terrain since first chair.”
You can always head home for your own apres-ski with one of these experiences here.
It’s worth mentioning that overnight leisure stays are not permitted in the state and access is subject to change at any point. Be sure to check weather conditions ahead and that you’re wheels are equipped with chains.
Night lift tickets cost around $90 and can be purchased at a discounted rate with single-day and multi-day tickets.
Location: Big Bear Mountain Resort, 880 Summit Blvd, Big Bear Lake CA 92315
February: 5-6, 12-14, 19-20, 26-27
March: 6, 13, 20
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