Bear Creek Snow Tubing Agreement

Descend the longest Tubing Hills in Southern California! Night snow and preparation keep these trails in excellent condition throughout the season. Snow play outside the Tubing Hills is permitted on public lands that include the National Forest, parks and picnic areas. If you decide to enjoy the snow in these areas, be polite and remember: Bear Creek has three separate off-road parks that span 13 acres. Cascade Park is aimed at beginner skiers or snowboarders and includes small jumps and light rails. Black Bear Park includes advanced features such as tables from 20 to 50 feet. The family park completes the three field parks. According to the Trewartha Climate Classification System, the Bear Creek Ski and Recreation Area has a temperate continental climate (Dc) with hot summers (b) at the top (hot summer (a) at the base, cold winters (o) and year-round precipitation. Dcbo climate zones are characterized by at least one month with an average temperature ≤ 32.0°F (0°C), four to seven months with an average temperature ≥ 50.0°F (10°C), all Months with an average temperature < 72.0°F (22°C) (Dcba at the base ≥ 72.0°F (22°C)) and no significant difference in precipitation between seasons. During the summer months in the Bear Creek Ski and Recreation Area, extreme heat and humidity events with heat index values ≥ 38°C (100°F) may occur. The annual peak of thunderstorm activity is July.

Extreme cold and wind spells can occur during the winter months, with cold values < -15°F (-26°C). The hardness zone of the plant is 6b with a minimum average annual extreme air temperature of -4.8°F (-20°C) at the top and -4.6°F (-20°C) at the base. [1] Average seasonal snowfall (Nov-apr) is between 30 and 36 inches (76 and 91 cm). Ice storms and large snowstorms that drop ≥ 12-inch (30 cm) snow can occur, especially during nor`easters from December to February. Bear Creek Mountain Resort is a year-round mountain resort, just over an hour from Philadelphia and two hours from New York City. The small mountain and the company offers families mountain biking, hiking, skiing and snowboarding, with ski-in and out accommodation. Four ski lifts lead snow lovers to 21 green, blue and black diamond and off-road parking paths, with learning areas for the little ones on 83 hectares. During the summer months, live music takes place every Thursday night under the stars and the resort hosts many festivals.

You`ll stay in one of 116 rooms, including two-story loft suites with heated indoor and outdoor pools, on-site restaurants, a full-service spa, and free Wi-Fi. Located in the Pocono Mountains, Shawnee Mountain Resort is an ideal ski area for beginners and families. The big news this season is the expansion of the care fleet and the addition of a new 4000-foot snowcat service building. In addition to its already impressive preparation opportunities, Shawnee Mountain has purchased a new Bully 400 Free Grooming Machine track for the upcoming ski season. And the Snowcat Service Building will maintain Shawnee Mountain`s commitment to the best care in the Poconos. The 23 trails, 2 field parks and the Pocono Plunge Snow Tubing Park are prepared at night throughout the winter season. In addition, as part of a multi-million euro snowmaking project, the snow installation on the popular Lookout Trail and the demanding Chief Thundercloud Trail is now fully automated with computerized controls. Snow cover 100% of all 125 hectares of practicable land in Shawnee, 85% of which is now fully automatic. In addition, guests who want to try rental equipment this season can equip themselves in style with an improved inventory, including 500 pairs of elan skis, 220 pairs of Alpina ski boots, 65 Rossignol snowboards, 235 pairs of elan snowboard boots and 220 atomic helmets and adjustable giro…