Bear Season Pass Deals

Big Bear Lake, CA—Big Bear Mountain Resorts is offering the best deal of the year on season passes right now, with all passes valid the rest of the 2006/2007 season and all of the 2007/2008 season. As some passes pay for themselves in as little as five visits, skiers and snowboarders can take advantage of great spring conditions and essentially ski or ride during the entire 2007/2008 season for free! There are a variety of pass options to fit every skier’s and snowboarder’s needs, such as an adult season pass starting as low as $249, and a young adult pass for as little as $199. All season pass options, rates and ordering information can be found online at bearmountain.com, snowsummit.com or by calling (909) 866-5766 ext. 235.

Season pass holders enjoy many benefits including a 10% discount on food & beverages (excluding alcohol), 20% discount on ski or snowboard school, 20% discount in the sports shops, and a 50% discount on lift tickets at Sierra Summit Mountain Resort (our sister resort located near Fresno). Dual-Mountain pass holders also receive free Snow Summit Scenic Sky Chair use all summer long (excluding night passes). In addition, all Bear-only passes are valid for Snow Summit night sessions, which take place on most Friday and Saturday nights. Skiers and snowboarders are encouraged to order their Screamin’ Deal season pass now and save up to $200 by purchasing before May 31st.

All dual-mountain season passes provide access to two distinct, full-service resorts offering 26 lifts, 430 developed acres, more than 55 runs and one of the most progressive freestyle terrain parks in the world at Bear Mountain. Presently, The Park at Bear Mountain boasts a total of 182 terrain features, including jumps, rails, boxes, step-ups, hips, wall rides, a halfpipe and Southern California’s only superpipe.

With more open runs, more coverage, and our famous Big Bear sunny days, Snow Summit and Bear Mountain offer great Spring skiing and snowboarding. And with Spring Break upon us — it’s the perfect time to head up to Big Bear and be a part of what has been one of the best seasons in the resort’s history — thanks to a $6 million investment in advanced snowmaking equipment. For more information, please visit bigbearmountainresorts.com.