Our unseasonably warm weather will continue through this holiday week. But don’t worry, we’ve had plenty of snow this winter and the snow report says the mountain is in “excellent shape!” Spending New Year’s Eve in Big Bear? Keep reading to find out where the New Year celebrations are taking place.
Happy New Year from all of us Big Bear Frontier!
Big Bear Lake Weather
Tuesday, December 27- High of 51°, Low of 19°
Wednesday, December 28- High of 56°, Low of 24°
Thursday, December 29- High of 59°, Low of 24°
Friday, December 30- High of 57°, Low of 22°
Saturday, December 31- High of 54°, Low of 22°
Sunday, January 1- High of 53°, Low of 21°
What do to in Big Bear Lake
Start this holiday weekend off right with a snowshoe tour at the Discovery Center. Explore the beautiful scenery that Big Bear Lake has to offer! Tours are scheduled this week on Thursday and Friday from 9am-12pm. They are limited to 12 people so reservations are recommended – call (909) 866-3437.
New Year’s Eve 2012 Events
Hit the slopes on New Years Eve at Snow Summit and be treated to a torchlight parade starting at 7pm. It’s a spectacular sight to see 200 skiers and snowboarders carry torches down Miracle Mile to weave a mysterious path of light.
After the parade Snow Summit will be hosting a New Year’s Eve party for guests 21 and up starting at 8pm. Bear Mountain is also hosting a New Year’s party for guests 21 and up, beginning at 9pm.
Come on down to B’s Boathouse and ring in the New Year with Plethora featuring drink specials, dancing, appetizers, prizes, and more. Admission Price: $10 at the door or included with B’s BBQ Dinner Entrée.
Wyatt’s Café & Saloon
Join the folks down at Wyatt’s Cafe and Saloon as they host a country New Year’s Eve celebration from 8pm-2am featuring entertainment, dancing, and children’s activities including arts & crafts and a bounce house. Kids’ activities are available until 9pm. Admission is free, including a complimentary champagne toast at midnight.