Bear Mountain Trail Map
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.