Posts Tagged ‘Powder’

HDHR 2015

Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

Hot Dawgz & Hand Rails is just around the corner! Head up to Bear Mountain on September 19th for the biggest winter kick off party around! Watch over 50 pro riders compete for over $16K in cash prizes, all for free! While you’re up there be sure to grab your discounted season pass for Bear and Snow Summit. Don’t forget about the Cali4nia pass! Giving you access to Bear, Summit, June Mountain, and Mammoth Mountain all season long. Click here for more info!

Labor Day at Mountain High

Thursday, September 3rd, 2015

Mountain High + Labor Day = Major Savings! This weekend, save up to $400 on an adult anytime pass and if you order by September 7th receive another $200 in bonus gifts. You can also upgrade your pass to the Powder Alliance Pass and ride at 15 resorts around the country and Canada! Click here for more info. Get ready, El Nino is coming!


Sunday, January 2nd, 2011

fresh powder falling at all the local resorts. who’s calling in sick tomorrow?

Snowfall in Mammoth

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

Mammoth Mountain tops the list for most snowfall to date, in the world! Wow, who would have thought! Enjoy the snow, there’s plenty of it! 179.9 inches to be exact!!

Mammoth snowfall

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

Mammoth received 6 inches of snow the past 24 hours!!!! And so the season begins. How can you not be excited to already have half a foot of snow on that big, beautiful mountain. I hear the “experts” are calling for a cold winter. Stoked!! Start getting your gear ready, as opening day may be arriving sooner than the November 11 anticipated date. For now, though, check out the pics on Mammoth’s site and get ready, the winter is coming!!

Fresh Pow! and road closures :(

Wednesday, January 27th, 2010

As most, if not all of you know, our local mountains (Bear Mountain and Mt. High) were graced with a dumping of fresh pow last week. I hear this is the first of three MAJOR storms to hit us this year. Hopefully this means that our season will continue well through April. If you haven’t been up yet to enjoy the fresh snow, head on up soon. Even if you just want to sled down some random spot next to the road, there are plenty of areas to do that.

What I don’t understand, though, is why after 4 clear and sunny days, the roads into Big Bear are finally open to everyone. Yup, they opened today and what happened? It snowed, again. Barely, but still. How much business did Bear/Summit lose with the road closure? A LOT. I myself chose the easier, clear, chain-less route of heading up to Mt. High yesterday. As did most of the people up there, I’m guessing. Why deal with a “one way in, one way out, go 35mph the whole way up”, when you don’t have to? I don’t claim to be any kind of road clearing expert, but I don’t think it should take four days to clear 5 feet of snow. What do you think? Bring in some more snowplows and shovels. Clear those roads so that when we get fresh pow we can actually enjoy it!!!