It's two hours from Los Angeles to the mountains, and that's where you can find snow.

The summits of the San Gabriel and San Bernadino mountains poke up over 8,000 feet, and are home to a number of resorts where Southern Californians can find skiing and riding.

These resorts include [R400R, Snow Summit], [R261R, Mountain High], [R43R, Bear Mountain], and [R402R, Snow Valley].

We can help you know which of these have the most snow. publishes snow reports from ski areas across the country, including those in Southern California. Click here to see up-to-the-minute snow reports.

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