Ski Big Bear Ski Resort

Overview

Masthope Mountain is a vacation resort that offers skiing at its Big Bear area. Besides skiing, tubing is available on the weekends. It also features a terrain park and a beginners’ area near the Big Bear main lodge. The resort features something for all skill levels.

Where Is Ski Big Bear Ski Resort Located?

The resort is about 1 hour and 15 minutes from the Scranton airport, nearly 2 hours from the Newark Liberty and Lehigh Valley airports, and 3 hours from the Albany airport. Airport transfers are available from these airports, typically by taxi. Or, you can rent a car.

Number of B&Bs, hotels, inns, and home rentals available.

Restaurants

Breakfast

  • Grab a bagel and a cup of tea or coffee at the Tusten Cup before heading to the slopes. 25 Main Street, Narrowsburg, NY 12764

Lunch

  • The Grille Room at Woodloch Springs Country Club has sandwiches, salad and more – making for a perfect lunch spot. 732 Woodloch Drive, Hawley, PA 18428

Dinner

  • Back to Bakers has everything that you would want after a hard day on the slopes – sandwiches, wings, pizza, burgers and more. 184 Yulan Barryville Road, Barryville, NY 12719

Après/Nightlife

  • Rohman's Inn has bowling inside the bar! Add to that a really cool atmosphere and great drinks, and this will make for an unforgettable stop. Try one of their signature cocktails. 100 Rohman Road, Shohola, PA 18458

Terrain

Terrain

Ski Big Bear has 18 trails serviced by 7 lifts, including 2 Magic Carpets. The area receives 50 inches of snow, which is bolstered by 100% snowmaking. There is a whopping 650 feet of vertical. Cross-country trails are located within the Masthope Mountain Community and are only designed for community members. Base elevation is 600 feet with a summit of 1,250 feet. The resort is typically open from mid-December through mid-March.

Inside Scoop

Groomed cruiser make up 43% of the trails, but the resort has something for all types of skiers. Night skiing is available. Lessons and rentals are also offered, and there are slopeside restaurants.

Plan Your Trip

Big Bear Lodging

Best Time for Snow

Average Snowfall

13"
9"
6"
3"
0"
0.1"
Nov
3"
Dec
11"
Jan
8"
Feb
4"
Mar
0"
Apr

Terrain Overview

33%
Beginners Runs
28%
Intermediate Runs
33%
Advanced Runs
6%
Expert Runs
18
Runs in Total
1 mi
Longest Run
26 ac
Skiable Terrain
26 ac
Night Skiing
26 ac
Snow Making

Total Lifts: 7

4
Double Chairs
3
Surface Lifts

Elevation

1250'
Summit
650'
Vertical Drop
600'
Base

Important Dates

December 23, 20222022/12/23
Projected Opening
March 19, 20232023/03/19
Projected Closing
N.A.
Projected Days Open
75
Days Open Last Year
46
Years Open
56"
Average Snowfall
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