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5 Reasons Spring Skiing is Best for Beginners

24th March 2019 | Shaun Moughan, Big Bear Mountain Resorts

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In the springtime, the snow tends to soften up a bit, reducing the size of those learning bumps and bruises, even if slightly. - © Big Bear Mountain Resort

In the springtime, the snow tends to soften up a bit, reducing the size of those learning bumps and bruises, even if slightly.
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In the springtime, the snow tends to soften up a bit, reducing the size of those learning bumps and bruises, even if slightly. - © Big Bear Mountain Resort
Spring skiing means fewer lift and more groomer (and tan) lines. - © Big Bear Mountain Resort

Spring skiing means fewer lift and more groomer (and tan) lines.
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Spring skiing means fewer lift and more groomer (and tan) lines. - © Big Bear Mountain Resort
With warmer temps come happier extremities, and that’s no small thing, especially for the kiddos. - © Big Bear Mountain Resort

With warmer temps come happier extremities, and that’s no small thing, especially for the kiddos.
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With warmer temps come happier extremities, and that’s no small thing, especially for the kiddos. - © Big Bear Mountain Resort
Good deals on gear is just another perk of spring skiing. - © Big Bear Mountain Resort

Good deals on gear is just another perk of spring skiing.
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Good deals on gear is just another perk of spring skiing. - © Big Bear Mountain Resort
Spring is more laid back on the slopes, which translates to a much more enjoyable learning experience. - © Big Bear Mountain Resort

Spring is more laid back on the slopes, which translates to a much more enjoyable learning experience.
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Spring is more laid back on the slopes, which translates to a much more enjoyable learning experience. - © Big Bear Mountain Resort

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