Frolicking in the Snow and Creating Lasting Memories at Big Bear
There are many ski resorts around the United States and each one offers visitors, whether beginners, advanced or professional skiers, one huge adrenalin-filled thrill and wondrous excitement like no other. Snow, and plenty of it at a mountain ski resort equates to lots and lots of fun for everyone.
In Southern California, Big Bear Mountain Resorts offers plenty of pleasurable and memorable moments for everyone, whether you're a local or from out of state. You even have two options: Snow Summit and Big Bear, where the top winter activities are snowboarding and skiing. You do not need to go far as the resort offers everything you need to have fun, whatever class of skier you are.
Something for each and everyone
For people who love winter sports, snow equates to fun. It does not matter if the skier is a beginner, someone who wants to refine their skiing skills or perfecting their professional style. When you are in Big Bear Mountain, all you need are your ski gear and the resort will take care of the rest. It's a huge winter playground and there's plenty of space to go skiing for everyone. It has the largest area for beginners this side of California and has a renowned teaching terrain, progressive techniques and ski equipment. If you are looking for something more laid-back and a ski place that is more suited for all ages, Snow Summit is your best option.
One single pass
Two options, one single pass. What more can you ask for? It does not matter if you only have time to stay for a day, or you came for a weekend of skiing or scheduled a week-long winter vacation. You get to enjoy both resorts with an interchangeable lift ticket. These two resorts combined, give you access to 26 lifts, 436 developed acres, four high-speed chairs, 55 runs, over 200 park amenities for more skiing fun and 1,800 vertical feet. You do not even need to worry after transfers as a free shuttle is provided. The resort also features the only Superpipe in Southern California.
Consistent quality of snow conditions
Cannot make it during the winter? No need to worry. Big Bear Mountain Resorts has two peak seasons. One is during the winter months from December until mid-February. The second is during the summer months, from the first of July until the first week of September. What? Snow in July? Yes, that's right! Big Bear Mountain Resorts, which is open all throughout the year, has snow in July. That's because they have two of the world's largest and advanced snowmaking systems. When nature provides plenty of natural snow, then you'll have great fun skiing on perfect powder.
Cabins4Less: The perfect place to stay in Big Bear
What's more appealing when skiing in Big Bear Mountain is the availability of Big Bear rentals that suit your style and budget, all within a short distance from the resorts, either on foot or by wheeled transport. Cabins4Less is just as stone's throw away from Big Bear Mountain Resorts. With its five Big Bear cabins located in five strategic areas, you get to Big Bear ski resorts between one to three minutes, which is fantastic. You do not have to spend too much time traveling from your Big Bear cabins to the resort.
What more, Cabins4Less is very homey and rustic, you will feel the warmth of the friendly staff as they welcome you. Cabins4Less is the best lodging place that is super pet-friendly in Big Bear as well. Affordable and cozy, it's like coming to your grandparents' home in the country. Each Big Bear cabin rented out by Cabin4Less comes with a fully-equipped kitchen, complete with dinnerware and silverware, plenty of pans and pots, an oven, a stove and a large fridge where you can keep your food and perishables. You can have your meals al fresco at the outside patio where you will find picnic tables and a BBQ setup. All the bathrooms have heaters equipped with thermostats so you can have warm to hot water for your bath after a day in the snow.
There's also plenty of activities to do if you want to take some time off frolicking in the snow. Cabins4Less provides WiFi connection, DVDs, movies, guided hikes, fishing poles and sleds. You can rent a sled, kayak or bike at discounted rates. With its central location, you can easily reach Big Bear Lake, Boulder Bay Park, and the Big Bear Village for dining and shopping. When the weather is good and sunny, you can explore the San Bernardino National Forest or enjoy a ride on a bike or maybe hike along a well-marked trail if you're feeling energetic. You might want to try boating in Big Bear Lake or go fishing. Big Bear is a vast playground open all-year round. Add more fun into your winter or summer vacation at Big Bear, by staying at Cabins4Less. You're welcome to stay any day of the year. The Big Bear cabins of Cabins4Less are very comfortable and cozy, you'll want to come back again and again.