or

Snow Valley - Snow Valley

California, United States

Snow Valley Ski Map

Snow Valley Ski Map
View and download Map:

Snow Valley ski resort located in Running Springs in the San Bernardino National Forest offers a range of scenic and fast paced ski runs, most of which are suited to intermediates and advanced skiers. Set on the steep “Slide Peak” which extends 7,841 feet above sea level, the ski area consists of 4 beginner runs, 13 intermediate runs and 11 advanced runs. Compared to most other ski resorts in the San Bernardino National Forest, Snow valley offers some steep double black diamond runs, and rather than winding ski runs through dense forests, it provides a faster paced skiing experience with trees at the top of the mountain thinning out. Due to this, the pistes are slightly narrower and the ski area is limited with boundary’s, although there is a large area for off piste skiing, that is set within the boundary. Although this area is not patrolled or maintained, and can provide an adventurous skiing experience, which joins up with the black “lake run” that heads back down to the base of the resort. For beginners, there are four green runs at the base of the resort, along with a dedicated “Park Avenue progression park” for those wanting to learn how to ski or snowboard. There is a range of airports to choose from, including Burbank, Los Angeles, and Ontario.

Size: Small

97 ha

Resort Altitude: High

2073m

Ski Range

2390m
2073m

Pistes Available

28

13492

Lifts

12

1 drags
11 chairs
Opens 13.12.2020 to 21.04.2021

Available Activities

SkiBoardHikingCross CountryNordic

Number of Snow Parks

6

Transfer Information

Los Angeles

105m

Av. Transfer time

2hr

Ontario

52m

Av. Transfer time

1hr

Explore Snow Valley in Google Maps


Featured Video
Latest Video
 
Get your videos featured on PistePro
Submit now
I agree to PistePro's Terms & Conditions regarding my submission.

Snow Valley ski resort located in Running Springs in the San Bernardino National Forest offers a range of scenic and fast paced ski runs, most of which are suited to intermediates and advanced skiers. Set on the steep “Slide Peak” which extends 7,841 feet above sea level, the ski area consists of 4 beginner runs, 13 intermediate runs and 11 advanced runs. Compared to most other ski resorts in the San Bernardino National Forest, Snow valley offers some steep double black diamond runs, and rather than winding ski runs through dense forests, it provides a faster paced skiing experience with trees at the top of the mountain thinning out. Due to this, the pistes are slightly narrower and the ski area is limited with boundary’s, although there is a large area for off piste skiing, that is set within the boundary. Although this area is not patrolled or maintained, and can provide an adventurous skiing experience, which joins up with the black “lake run” that heads back down to the base of the resort. For beginners, there are four green runs at the base of the resort, along with a dedicated “Park Avenue progression park” for those wanting to learn how to ski or snowboard. There is a range of airports to choose from, including Burbank, Los Angeles, and Ontario.