Snowboarding in Snow Valley Ski Resort, San Bernardino, California USA

240 acres/0.97 km²
12, 6 double, 5 triple and 1 conveyor
Top elevation:
7841 feet/2390 meters
Base elevation:
6800 feet/2390 meters
Vertical drop:
1041 feet/317.3 meters
Snow Summit Ski Resort is located on the San Bernardino Mountain, by the Big Bear Lake, California, USA.

Snow Valley is the oldest running ski resort in southern California and one of the largest resorts in San Bernardino National Forest. The resort’s original name was Fish Camp because of the pond located in the area and it works under special permit from the United States Forest Service.

It is perfect for snowboarders with 240 ac/0.97 km² of skiable area and 29 runs. Its vertical drop is 1041 ft/317.3 m and its snowfall is 150 in/381 cm. Top elevation is 7841 ft/2390 m and base elevation 6800 ft/2390 m. The runs are 14% for beginners, 45% for intermediate and 31% for advanced athletes.

The resort has a lift system of 12 lifts, 6 double, 5 triple and 1 conveyor. Terrain parks are The Edge and East Bowl. The resort offers night snowboarding.