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Mountain High is Southern California’s closest winter resort. The area consists of three separate mountains (Mountain High East, West, and North), and offers a wide variety of lifts and trails, the world class Faultline Terrain Park, and the region’s largest tubing park. Snowmaking covers more than 80 percent of the mountain and the resort operates seasonally from November to April. Guests can get up to the minute snow and weather conditions at mthigh.com.
From San Diego
The drive couldn’t be easier either. Take Interstate 15 North and exit Highway 138 West. Make a left on Highway 2 and go three miles past the town of Wrightwood. Travel time from downtown San Diego is 2 hours and 15 minutes.www.mthigh.com

Bear Mountain

Bear Mountain is conveniently located in the Big Bear Lake area of the San Bernardino mountains. The address is 43101 Goldmine Drive, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315.

To Big Bear From The San Diego Area:
Take Interstate 15 North, to the 215 north, stay on the 215 north throughout the 60 / 215 merger, to Interstate 10 East, to the 210 West, to Hwy. 330 East to Mtn. Resorts, which will take you up into the mountains. Hwy. 330 goes through Running Springs and turns into Hwy. 18. Follow Hwy. 18 East and turn right across the Big Bear Lake dam. Stay on Big Bear Blvd. through the Big Bear Village or turn left on Paine Rd., which turns into Big Bear Blvd. For Snow Summit: stay on Big Bear Blvd. to Summit Blvd. and turn right. Follow this road to Snow Summit. For Bear Mountain: stay on Big Bear Blvd to Moonridge Rd. and turn right. Follow this road and stay to the right as signs indicate.

October 30th 2009 is opening day at Bear Mountain.
Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Weekends: 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

You get more at Big Bear Mountain Resorts- two resorts with one season pass. Your 2009/2010 dual mountain season pass is valid at both Bear Mountain and Snow Summit. Bear Mountain season passes are priced at a level to be affordable for young snowboarders looking to spend their days riding THE PARK. As an additional bonus, Bear Mountain-only passes are valid for Snow Summit night sessions so you can ride on almost every Friday and Saturday night, all season long! If you are a frequent skier or snowboarder who goes at least once a month, then a season pass will save you big bucks. No other discount, coupon or promotion will save you more!

With interchangeable season passes and a free shuttle between the two resorts, Snow Summit and Bear Mountain gives Southern California skiers and snowboarders more options than ever before. Season pass holders can use a single pass to access two full-service resorts, offering you: 26 lifts, 430 developed acres, 55+ runs and the most amazing collection of parks, pipes and rails around. www.bearmountain.com


Snow Summit

Snow Summit is conveniently located in the Big Bear Lake area of the San Bernardino mountains. The address is 880 Summit Blvd, Big Bear Lake, CA 92315.
Big Bear Mountain Resorts area use ticket is good for both Snow Summit and Bear Mountain. Take advantage of our free shuttle service where you can park once and ride the shuttle to and from both mountains. It’s just a 10-minute ride and shuttles depart from each resort every half- hour.
Monday-Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Weekends and Holidays: 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Most Friday, Saturday and Holiday Evenings: 3:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.**
Get passes at office Saturdays 9-3 Sundays 9-1
Packages starting at $69
www.snowsummit.com

Snow Valley

Snow Valley is very convenient to get to and is only 30 minutes from the base of the San Bernardino Mountains. Take the I-10 Fwy to Redlands and transition to Hwy 210 north to Hwy 330. Follow Hwy 330 up the mountain where it joins Hwy 18 in Running Springs. Snow Valley is just 5 miles east of Running Springs on Hwy 18. www.snow-valley.com

Snow Report: 800.680.SNOW

SkyHighMeds delivers to patients in the Big Bear Mountain area. Send an email to pre-verify to skyhighmeds@gmail.com with the word pre-verify as the subject. Their staff will reply immediately and get you set up to purchase your meds while on the mountain. They deliver snow or shine!

SkyHighMeds
(909) 742-9797
www.skyhighmeds.org

Mammoth Mountain

Some people come to Mammoth for our 150 trails. Others for our 3,100 feet of vertical. A few show-up with their sights set on exploring our 3,500 acres of terrain. And the size-matters crowd shows up because we’re the tallest ski resort in California with a peak elevation of 11,053 feet. Lovers of snow hang their helmets here  because of our more than 400″ of annual snowfall. Folks with family-sized bottles of sunscreen can’t get enough of our more than 300 days of sunshine. With bluebird skies like that, winter never gets old and sticks around for a long time — our season typically runs from November until June at a minimum. But the one thing everyone comes for is to play big. And there’s no better venue on earth than Mammoth Mountain.
Hours: 8:30am – 4:00pm daily
To Mammoth from The San Diego Area:
Driving from the San Diego area will take approximately 7.5 hours. Take the 15 freeway north to Highway 395 north. Exit on Highway 203 to Mammoth Lakes.
Approximately 400 miles.

www.mammothmountain.com

June Mountain

To June from The San Diego Area: take I-15 north to US 395 north to Hwy. 158 (388 miles).

June Mountain is scheduled to be open Dec. 19, 2009 – April 12, 2010
Hours of operation: 8:30am to 4pm daily
www.junemountain.com

If you are headed to Mammoth check out one of these Bakersfield collectives/cooperatives.

Bakersfield Co-op
311 Fairhaven Dr. Bakersfield, CA 93546
Mon-Sat 930-730 Sun 11-7
[661] 322 5150

American Caregivers Collective
3615 Gillmore Ave. Bakersfield, CA 93546
10-7 Daily
[661]324 1357

California Compassionate Services
376 Bernard St. Bakersfield, CA 93546
9-7 Daily
[661] 324 9080

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