Families planning to visit Big Bear Lake over the Thanksgiving vacation will be happy to know that Big Bear Snow Play has prepared plenty of white things for a memorable family outing. Today, Big Bear Snow Play reported that its snow covered tube hill has a snow base of one to two feet. Big Bear Snow Play ski resort quality, snowmaking fans are expected to restart tonight and will continue to lean on its base at every opportunity. Ideal snow conditions with cold temperatures and low humidity should remain constant throughout the week.
Big Bear Snow Play is now open for the 2021-2022 winter season. At the time of this press release, Big Bear Snow Play is the only place in Southern California that has snow, which arrives just in time for Thanksgiving weekend.
“We’re absolutely set to provide families with plenty of snow for the upcoming Thanksgiving vacation,” said Kim Voigt, CEO of Big Bear Snow Play. “What better way to burn a big turkey dinner than to hurtle down snowy hills with the kids?” “
On top of all the fun of the day, Big Bear Snow Play lights up after dark with a unique snow play experience called a light tube. The popular glowing tube begins Friday, November 26, and will be open every Friday, Saturday and holidays from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. throughout the winter season. The spectrum of colors provided by the light tubes adds a whole new dimension to the pleasure.
“We illuminate the tubular hills with a variety of different colored lights, which gives the impression of a festival of lights,” Voigt added.
Big Bear Snow Play’s snowmaking system ensures that there is always snow for thrill seekers. It also maintains its slopes every night to provide ideal sliding conditions for the next day. As winter continues, Mother Nature and Big Bear Snow Play will cover the tube slide park with more white material, which will eventually pile up to 15-20 feet of snow.
Big Bear Snow Play also makes it easy to get to the top of the hill, with its magic carpet. The moving conveyor belt takes the stress out of climbing the hill and provides more opportunities for fun on the slopes. For added comfort, the Magic Carpet Tower is equipped with a plexiglass cover to protect guests from winter weather conditions. In winter warm-up time, head to the heated base lodge for a family-priced snack bar.
Another on-site activity is the Big Bear Ropes Course. It’s an invigorating aerial adventure that will balance kids and parents on ropes, cross bridges and climb through 37 different obstacles, spread over 6,400 square feet over two levels. This great family adventure is open all year round.
Big Bear Snow Play is open daily for snow tubing from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Glow tubing begins Friday, November 26 and will be open every Friday, Saturday and holidays from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. “in height. Snow Tubing packages, which include rental of the tube and magic carpet, cost $ 40; a child ticket (36” to 42 “) is $ 25. Parking is free and guests are free to come and go as they please. Large The Bear Ropes course costs $ 12 per person, and participants between 42 “and 48” must be accompanied by a paying adult, 18 years of age or older. Big Bear Snow Play is located at 42825 Big Bear Blvd. (three miles east of Big Bear Village, next to Motel 6. For more information, call 909-585-0075 or visit www.BigBearSnowPlay.com.