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Bear Mountain Ski Resort 
 
 
195 acres, 9 lifts. Snow Report: 800-BEARMTN. "Take the 91 East (or the 55 North to the 91 East), to the 215 North, to Interstate 10 East, to the 30 freeway North, to Hwy. 330 East. Hwy. 330 goes through Running Springs and turns into Hwy. 18. Follow Hwy. 18 East and turn right across the Big Bear Lake dam. Stay on Big Bear Blvd. through the Big Bear Village or turn left on Paine Rd., which turns into Big Bear Blvd. Say on Big Bear Blvd to Moonridge Rd. and turn right. Follow this road and stay to the right as signs indicate."  Big Bear Lake
Kratka Ridge Ski Resort 
 
 
1 lift.  La Canada
Mount Waterman Ski Resort 
 
 
150 acres, 3 lifts.  La Canada
Mountain High Ski Resort 
 
 
220 acres, 10 lifts, Vertical Rise 1600', 46 trails, 25% Beginner, 35% Intermediate, 40% Advanced, 2 High Speed Quad Chairlifts, 13 total Chairlifts. Snow report (888) 754-7878. "Mountain High is Southern California's closest winter resort with no mountain driving. Located just 75 minutes from L.A. and Orange County, you won't find an easier drive to the mountains anywhere.... The addition of the toll roads has made travel from South Orange County even easier. Take the 91 Freeway to Interstate 15 North. Exit Highway 138 West and make a left on Highway 2. You will find Mountain High just three miles past the town of Wrightwood. Travel time from Orange County is less than 75 minutes."  Wrightwood
Mt. Baldy Ski Resort 
 
 
400 acres, 4 lifts. Snow Report: 909-981-3344. "Getting to Mt Baldy is easy and now it's even easier with the new 210 freeway now open! When coming to Mt. Baldy it is always a good idea to carry chains in the winter and please use the turnouts to let faster traffic pass you. We are located East of L.A .and West of San Bernardino. Get to the 210 FWY. and/or the 10 FWY. Take the Mountain Ave. Mount Baldy exit from either FWy, which is located in the city of Upland and Head North towards the mountains. Mountain Ave. will turn into Mt Baldy Rd. and dead end into the Ski Area Parking lot. The 210 FWY brings you closer to the Mountain and less city driving. If you wish to look us up on Map quest you can use 6700 Mt Baldy Rd. Ca.91759 However, they give complicated directions and we don't recommend that you use them.."  Mt. Baldy
Ski Sunrise 
 
 
May be temporarily out of business - they appear to be seeking buyers. Be sure to call before going! 97 acres. "Take the 91 Freeway to Interstate 15 North. Exit Highway 138 West and make a left on Highway 2. (About 75 mintues from Orange County)... The ski area has one quad chair lift, two Poma lifts and one rope tow which provides skier access to 97 acres within the ski area boundary. A ski school, ski and snowboard rental shop, retail shop, volunteer ski patrol, and restaurant facility provide services to the customer. The paved parking for 480 cars is maintained by the County of Los Angeles. In the summer, the lodge is utilized as a restaurant and for special events, weddings, and other revenue producing activities. There is a Resident Manager apartment in the beautiful native timber 'Chalet' at the area. In addition to the apartment, the building houses a winter food facility with a large stone fireplace (which also serves as a summertime restaurant), ski rental shop, retail shop, and offices."  Wrightwood
Snow Summit Ski Resort 
 
 
230 acres, 11 lifts. Snow Report: 888-SUMMIT-1. "Take the 91 East (or the 55 North to the 91 East), to the 215 North, to Interstate 10 East, to the 30 freeway North, to Hwy. 330 East. Hwy. 330 goes through Running Springs and turns into Hwy. 18. Follow Hwy. 18 East and turn right across the Big Bear Lake dam. Stay on Big Bear Blvd. through the Big Bear Village or turn left on Paine Rd., which turns into Big Bear Blvd. Stay on Big Bear Blvd. to Summit Blvd. and turn right. Follow this road to Snow Summit."  Big Bear Lake
Snow Valley Ski Resort 
 
 
240 acres, 11 lifts. Snow Report 800-680-SNOW. "Snow Valley is very convenient and is only 30 minutes from the base of the San Bernardino Mountains. Take the I-10 Fwy to Redlands and transition to Hwy 30 north to the 330. Follow Hwy 330 up the mountain where it joins Hwy 18 in Running Springs. Snow Valley is just 5 miles east of Running Springs on Hwy 18."  Running Springs
Surf Vacations in OC 
 
 
Surf Vacation Packages: Newport Beach: "Newport beach has claim to 2 world class surfing waves one at 18th Street that is similar to pipeline in Hawaii and the other being the famous Wedge, a freak wave that explodes over a treacherously shallow sand bottom. The main area of Newport Beach is rather more normal with nice beach break surf that is both fun and enjoyable. You can find surf well between 36th and 42nd street with some peaks giving good short lefts and rights but on some swells it is possible to surf quite long rides. 22nd street offers peaks that are fast, hollow and varying in length in both directions and the surf is normally 2 to 5ft." San Clemente: "San Clemente is an amazing Californian surf experience and was the early stomping grounds of many a top Californian surfing professional in the 1980 and 1990ís. It has a range of spots and changing beach breaks that are all very hollow and tubey. The main spots are the Pier, T street and State Park, all of these are lovely waves offering great peaks and sometimes long and fun tubes that even the beginner can get in! The surf in San Clemente is fun in the summer months and heavier in the winter season with offshore winds always guaranteed when the Santa Ana blows."  
© Keith Weber
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