The Ultimate Discount for Skiers and Riders

If you haven’t gotten up to Big Bear Mountain Resorts this winter season, there is still plenty of time to hit the Bear Mountain and Snow Summit slopes. And with four feet of new snow blanketing the slopes and a deep snow pack, excellent riding will last well into April. With 55 runs, 26 lifts and 438 acres, guests can experience the best skiing and riding that Southern California has to offer for one low price for the rest of this season and all of next season.

Guests are invited to bring the whole family for a fun day on the mountain. At Southern California’s Learn to Ski and Ride Headquarters, you’ll experience the region’s most dependable snow conditions and the largest full-service learning programs – just a tank of gas away roundtrip from most areas in Southern California.

“This is the best deal of the season,” said Chris Riddle, director of marketing for Big Bear Mountain Resorts, “With the amazing conditions on the slopes after the recent snowstorms, this is the perfect time to purchase your Screamin’ Deal pass and take advantage of the best snow in So. Cal, at the lowest price we offer. Some passes pay for themselves in as few as five visits. And with four feet of fresh snow, our resorts have a deep snow pack that will offer excellent riding well into April.”

If you’re just learning to ski or snowboard, you might want to check out Big Bear Mountain Resorts GuaranSki and GuaranRide Beginner Special. Starting at just $69 for adults ($64 for kids ages 8-12) this deal includes four hours of instruction and a beginner lift ticket. Plus, they promise new skiers and snowboarders they will have the skills to ride the beginner chair lifts by the end of the day or they’ll receive FREE lessons and beginner area lift tickets until they can. Each special ticket also includes a “Continuing Education Coupon” worth up to $20 off the price of the next level instruction package.

And if you’re looking to spend some quality grown-up time on the slopes, check out the Little Bear Camp, which offers a fun atmosphere for children to receive lessons from top instructors while parents spend a day on the slopes. With half- or full-day options kids can enjoy a supervised day of fun activities while making new friends. The half-day camp offers parents the opportunity to do some solo skiing or snowboarding and then rejoin with their kids to experience the rest of the day together as a family.

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