News from Southern California

Check out all the latest happenings at Southern California ski resorts, from new lifts to terrain expansions, in addition to Southern California weather forecasts, photo galleries, infographics and current events skiers and mountain travelers should know about. Stay up-to-date on Southern California ski resort news and events by clicking on articles from the list below or page through to see Southern California coverage from the entire ski season.
Mammoth Mountain Snow 101 - ©Peter Morning

Mammoth Mountain Snow 101

Learn how to predict the weather like a Mammoth Mountain local using these tips from Meteorologist Joel Gratz. Full Article

How the Mountains of California Make Snow - ©Diamond Peak Ski Resort

How the Mountains of California Make Snow

Learn how the state of California generates so much snowfall each ski season.

Full Article

Photo Gallery: Season Finale - ©Jeremy Swanson

Photo Gallery: Season Finale

The final holdouts have closed their doors for the season. See who went out in style!

Full Article

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  • California Terrain Parks Mean Plenty Of Fun

    Check out this selection of California's terrain parks. Full Article

    14th October 2008

  • Hot Dawgin' At Bear Mountain

    Pro jibbers head for Bear Mountain Sept. 20. Full Article

    23rd September 2008

  • Good Eatin' At Mammoth

    Mammoth is offering upscale food choices this season. Full Article

    23rd September 2008

  • Going For Gold In California

    Purchase a Gold Pass and help out the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Team. Full Article

    11th September 2008

  • Air It Out To Mammoth

    Air service will bring Angelenos to Mammoth this winter. Full Article

    20th August 2008

  • Top 10 Ski 'Staycations'

    The newest buzzword in the travel vocabulary is "staycation." It means staying home and still doing the things one loves to do. That's difficult for skiers and riders who don't live in tiny mountain towns and villages. Full Article

    22nd July 2008

  • Bear Mtn., CA: Voted Best Terrain Park

    Orinda, California: Who has the best terrain parks at any Far West ski resort according to visitors to OnTheSnow.com, the oldest and most-visited snow sports portal on the Internet? They're at Bear Mt. in So. California's San Bernardino Mountains. The Web site, which attracts an audited 1.2 million individuals monthly during the winter, gave its visitors the opportunity to write reviews of all North American resorts and rank them in five categories. Full Article

    22nd April 2008

  • Mammoth Mtn., CA: Voted West's Best Nightlife

    Orinda, California: Which Far West ski resort has the best nightlife according to visitors to OnTheSnow.com, the oldest and most-visited snow sports portal on the Internet? It's Mammoth Mountain, Calif. The Web site, which attracts an audited 1.2 million individuals monthly during the winter, gave its visitors the opportunity to write reviews of all North American resorts and rank them in five categories. Full Article

    22nd April 2008

  • Snow Valley, CA: Voted Most Family-Friendly

    Orinda, California: What's the most family-friendly Far West ski resort according to visitors to OnTheSnow.com, the oldest and most-visited snow sports portal on the Internet? It's Snow Valley in California's San Bernardino Mountains. The Web site, which attracts an audited 1.2 million individuals monthly during the winter, gave its visitors the opportunity to write reviews of all North American resorts and rank them in five categories. Full Article

    22nd April 2008

  • Mammoth Welcomes Spring

    Mammoth Mountain celebrates spring with a month-long slate of events and diversions. Full Article

    25th March 2008

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