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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 11-06-2009, 10:49 AM Thread Starter
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Big Bear this weekend?

Hello everyone so my buddy moved to San Diego and was talking about going to Bear this weekend.I looked at there site and it shows that they only have one lift and one run open.Would it be worth the trip up?I would go but I am stuck here in NC where it never snows. Thanks Tommy
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i don't know if it's worth it to drive all the way from Daygo.

my family lives in Highland which is right at the base of the mountain so it's worth it to visit them from LA and go up every weekend to hit a few lines and features... but your friend's looking at a 3-4 hour drive to hit a short (Central Park is really short) run with about 8 features before having to drive back. the snow's in good condition though, if that counts.
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Cool I talked to him last night he said he had nothing else going on so he is going to make the drive. Thanks
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I want to, but I'm working 12 hours today and 12 tomorrow
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i went on friday, it wasn't really anything special but it was still fun. i didn't stay the weekend, as the crowds with one hill would be hellish. It was a good start to the season for me and i was able to pick up my season pass. coming from SD also, the drive was a little less than 2.5 hours.

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Yeah it did not look like much but is better than nothing at all.I haven't talked to him yetif he went.Sweet the drive up is not to bad. I am flying out there in Feb then driving up to Tahoe then to Utah can"t wait!
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i went on friday, it wasn't really anything special but it was still fun. i didn't stay the weekend, as the crowds with one hill would be hellish. It was a good start to the season for me and i was able to pick up my season pass. coming from SD also, the drive was a little less than 2.5 hours.
I was looking at the trail map and if I remember correctly from last year, that one run that is open (Central Park - Intermediate) seems pretty short. Does it just look really short on the map or is it really a super short run? The lift (chair 5) is only 1550' in length, so that run's gotta be like a 30 sec run?

I'm wondering if I should just stick with Mt. High (run from top to bottom at West) until Bear opens up 100%.
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