East County News Service
Photo courtesy of Snow Valley
January 30, 2021 (San Diego) – Skiing, snowboarding and sledding are classified as outdoor activities during the pandemic, so ski resorts are open. At Snow Valley Mountain Resort in Running Springs, located in the San Bernadino Mountains just north of San Diego, 24 to 30 inches of new snow fell overnight. That’s on top of 29 inches of fresh snow Friday atop the summit at 7,841 feet a 25 inches at the base.
“Winter is definitely back!” John Brice at SnowSports.com says, adding that in addition to heavy snowfall, “We’ve been making snow nightly to help build up our base of snow! With the natural snow, more terrain is now open including Bubble Gum, Surprise Run, Race Peak and more. Check out the open trails report below for more information.”
If you want to enjoy a skiing or snowboarding getaway, be sure to check the Snow Valley snow report page first and purchase tickets online, since lift tickets for this weekend sold out, but the facility plans to open more lifts soon. Sunny days are forecast for next week.
Live webcam: https://snow-valley.com/mountain-cams/
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View trail map.