Катание в USA - California

Сводка информации о Bear Valley

Катание в USA - California

Сводка информации о Bear Valley

Сводка информации о Bear Valley

Grizzly Canyon, Bear Valley photo

Bear Valley

Фото: Tom

Slope Stats

  • 2593m

  • 581m

  • 2012m

  • акров, предназначенных для катания (1 акр = 0,405 гектара):1280
  • Pistes:67
  • Снежные пушки:8%
  • Хаф-пайпы:1
  • Парк для трюков:2
  • Кросс-кантри:-
  • Для начинающих25%
  • Средний уровень30%
  • Для продвинутых35%

Bear Valley is in California's Sierra Nevada, located between Lake Tahoe and Yosemite. It enjoys 10m (30 feet) of snow in an average season, backed up by 100 acres of snow making. Bear Valley is suitable for all abilities. The season is from mid-November through to mid-April. Very extensive terrain parks and a pipe coming soon. Further information for our notes about Bear Valley are welcome.

Travel

  • Ближайшие аэропорты:-
  • Ближайшая ж/д станция:-
  • Страница информации о курорте:www.bearvalley.com
  • Жилье на склоне:да
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Подъемники

  • Сезон открывается:
  • Сезон закрывается :
  • Lifts:10 (9 Chair lifts and 1 carpet lift)
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Latest Snow Reportview full snow report

  • Issued:22 Apr
  • Last Snowfall:
  • Snow Depth (upper):
    0
    cm
  • Snow Depth (lower):
    0
    cm
  • Piste:
  • Off-piste:-

Today’s Weather (2302 m)view full snow forecast

ночь
10 ESE10
9 °CF-Level
3650m
утро
5 SSE5
10 °CF-Level
3650m
день
10 SW10
12 °CF-Level
3800m

Курорты, близкие к Bear Valley, включают:

Bear Valley Location Maps

Bear Valley Location Map

Visitor Reviews of Bear Valley

jack gall from Australia writes:

Great place. No lift lines and great snow. Can snow up to 4 feet which is great fun, but often snows 1-2 feet. I stayed at powderbears log cabin which is a great place to stay and had a great time. I'd recommend staying there.

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