Bear Creek Mountain Resort
|Vertical drop:||510 feet|
|Base elevation:||590 feet|
|Peak elevation:||1,100 feet|
|Longest run:||7,400 feet|
For those who would rather slide down the mountain on an inner tube, Bear Creek also has a snow tubing park, with 750-foot long runs and a 17% grade. Tubing tickets are sold separately from lift tickets.
Bear Creek has three separate terrain parks spread over 13 acres. Cascade Park is geared towards the beginner skier or snowboarders and includes small jumps and easy rails. Black Bear Park contains more advanced features, such as as 20- to 50-foot tabletops. Timberline Park is a boardercross course and includes features such as berms, rollers, and kickers. A 750-foot long halfpipe, a 46-foot S Rail, and a 24 by 24-foot Wall Ride are other features found in the parks.
4 or 8 hour lift tickets can be purchased at Bear Creek. The clock starts when you purchase your ticket.
Although Bear Creek primarily receives day visitors, there are many lodging and dining options available nearby. Several local hotels offer inexpensive “ski and stay” packages. The Inn at Bear Creek is a full service hotel located directly at the resort. The hotel offers discounted midweek packages including lodging and lift tickets. As with many mid-Atlantic resorts, you will find better prices and less crowds if you visit Bear Creek midweek.
Bear Creek was previously known as Doe Mountain but changed its name when it switched ownership in the late 90’s.
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Getting to Bear Creek Mountain Resort
|Wind Speed:||5 mph|
Weather supplied by the National Weather Service. Errors or reporting delays may be possible.
Jan 15, 2017 at 7 pm
|Variable Conditions||10-24" base||21 of 23 trails open
6 of 6 lifts open
News about Bear Creek
- December 27, 2012 - A shot of cold air and some natural snow has helped launch the 2012-2013 winter season in a big way. Find out the status of Mid-Atlantic ski areas.
- November 18, 2012 - The Weekly Altitude provides a look at what’s happening in the Mid-Atlantic ski and snowboard scene. In this week’s issue: Wisp Resort to change hands; Wintergreen’s “Snow License Program” offers free skiing to 5th and 6th graders; Thanksgiving Eve Pub Crawl at Bear Creek; and Whitetail pledges $10,000 to the MPMC Project.
- December 6, 2009 - The return of colder temperatures has allowed mid-Atlantic ski areas to fire up the guns, and Mother Nature helped kick off the festivities with some natural snow. Several resorts in the mid-Atlantic are now open for skiing and boarding, with more expected to come on-line soon.
- November 15, 2009 - The Twitter microblogging service allows individuals and companies to create and share short text-based updates called “Tweets.” Over a dozen ski areas in the mid-Atlantic region have created a presence on Twitter, using Twitter to post announcements and information. DCSki now captures these updates and makes them readily available to skiers and boarders, whether or not they have their own Twitter account.
- November 15, 2008 - Pennsylvania’s Bear Creek Mountain Resort has added a new quad chairlift and amped up its snowmaking arsenal with fourteen new automated guns.
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