Screamin’ Deal Season Passes Are On Sale At Big Bear Mountain Resorts

Big Bear Lake, California--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 2005/2006 season and all of the 2006/2007 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 2006/2007 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 starting as low as $199. All season pass options, rates and ordering information can be found online at, 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 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. Skiers and snowboarders are encouraged to take advantage of the best prices of the year and order now.

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. Additionally, Bear Mountain-only passes are valid for Snow Summit night sessions so skiers and snowboarders can ride the world-famous Westridge park almost every Friday and Saturday night, all season long!

Snow Summit and Bear Mountain are currently 100% open with excellent coverage and a three- to six-foot base guaranteeing great skiing and riding into late April. Presently, the all-mountain freestyle park at Bear Mountain boasts a total of 130 terrain features, including jumps, rails, boxes, step-ups, hips, wall rides, a halfpipe and Southern California’s only superpipe. As Bear Mountain pro JP Walker puts it, “Bear Mountain is the real park city. At Snow Summit, there are more than 70 features varying in difficulty, providing something for every level of skier and snowboarder.

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