Grouse Mountain is one of the North shore Mountains of the Pacific Ranges in North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It is one of the most well-known ski areas in North Vancouver and attracts many people from all over the world. Thanks to its geographical position, Grouse Mountain offers to its visitors breathtaking views.
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Skiing in Big Bear Ski Resorts, San Bernardino, California USA
Big Bear Lake and Bear Mountain are two sisters resorts. These resorts operate under the same management and are known as Big Bear Mountain Resorts. In 2002 it was purchased by Snow Summit and you can visit both resorts with one ski lift ticket.
Bear Mountain has 748 total permit ac/3.02 km², 198 developed ac/0.8 km² and 550 ac/2.22 km² accessible, undeveloped acres of natural terrain (Bow Canyons, Deer and Goldmine).
There is a lift system of 12 mountain lifts, 2 high speed quad chairs, 1 quad chair, 2 triple chairs, 4 double chairs and 3 moving carpet lifts. It has 4 mountain peaks, Bear Peak at 8.805 ft/2.684 m, Silver Mountain at 8.560 ft/2.609 m, Goldmine Mountain at 8.440 ft/2.572 m and Showdown Mountain at 8.000 ft/2.438 m.
Top elevation is 8.805 ft/2.684 m, base elevation is 7.140 ft/2.176 m, vertical drop is 1665 ft/507.5 m, uphill capacity is 16.590 per/hour and rideable miles are 17 mi/27.3 km. Terrain difficulty is 15% for beginners, 15% for low intermediate, 40% for intermediate and 30% for advanced athletes.
There are 1 superpipe, 1 halfpipe and one beginner pipe. Longest run is Geronimo, which is 1.5 mi/2.4 km long. Average annual snowfall is 100 in/254 cm.
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