Bear Mountain Trail Map

View the trails and lifts at Bear Mountain with our interactive trail map of the ski resort. Plan out your day before heading to Bear Mountain or navigate the mountain while you're at the resort with the latest Bear Mountain trail maps. Click on the image below to see Bear Mountain Trail Map in a high quality.


Bear Mountain comprises three different peaks: Silver Mountain, Bear Peak and Goldmine Mountain. Bear Peak at 8,805 feet is Southern California’s highest peak served by a lift. Since the resort is located in California, it’s warm most of the ski season, which means that you don’t need to bulk up on clothing – and it’s also extremely sunny throughout the season.

The Terrain Park is located off of every chair on Bear Mountain. There are a variety of jumps and jibs in the park, which is designed for all skill levels. More advanced boarders can head to the In-ground Superpipe (580 feet long, 77 feet wide and 18 feet high) or the In-ground Standard Halfpipe (400 feet long, 55 feet wide and 12 feet high).

With 748 skiable acres and a top elevation of 8,805 feet, Bear Mountain provides skiers and boarders with 1,665 feet of vertical drop. There is a total of 62 runs: 15% green, 15% low intermediate, 40% intermediate and 30% advanced. All are serviced by 12 lifts with a lift capacity of 16,590 skiers per hour. The resort receives 100 inches of snow. Base elevation is 7,140 feet. The longest run is one and a half miles.

If there has been sufficient snow, the tree runs will be open, including the out-of-bounds ones off of Chair 8.

Beginners Runs
Intermediate Runs
Advanced Runs
Expert Runs
Runs in Total
Longest Run
1.5 mi
Skiable Terrain
198 ac
Snow Making
198 ac

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