Skiing in Buckhorn Ski and Snowboard Club, Azusa, California USA

Vertical Drop:
680 ft/207.3 m
Average snowfall:
180 in/457.2 cm
Base elevation:
7203 ft/2195 m
Top elevation:
7903 ft/2409 m
2 surface lifts, 5 runs
Buckhorn Ski and Snowboard Club is located about 40 mi/64.4 km from Los Angeles, in the Angeles National Forest, near the city of Azusa, California, USA.

The US Department of Agriculture owns the land and the area is administrated by the United States Forest Service. Buckhorn Ski and Snowboard Club is perfect for skiing. Its vertical drop is 680 ft/207.3 m and it has an average annual snowfall of 180 in/457.2 cm.

Top elevation is 7903 ft/2409 m and base elevation 7203 ft/2195 m. Skiable area covers 40 ac/1.62 m². It has a lift system of 2 surface lifts and 5 runs. The facility doesn’t offer night skiing and snowmaking system. If you get tired of skiing, you can have a cup of hot chocolate or something light to eat at the alpine style lodge.