Published Dec 7, 2018 at 3:30 PM | Updated at 11:04 AM PST on Dec 21, 2018
It's become rather popular in recent years to be a bit snide about Southern California and wintertime, specifically about those frosty carols, penned long ago in Hollywood, that suggest snowy scenes. Scenes that, according to many, take place thousands of miles away from good ol' toasty LA.
Here's the other side of the argument: Big Bear Mountain Resort, and Snow Summit, and indeed many of Southern California's high-elevation play places, look as though they could easily appear on the cover of a vintage album full of such snowy carols. The pretty area often looks this way, yes, but, on the first Friday of December 2018, it's a sparkly setting for a Currier & Ives Christmas card. Thank the most recent storm, on Dec. 6, which delivered about a foot of fresh snow.
Bundle up, sip some cocoa, and scroll through some of the most recent snapshots shared by the resort, all taken on Friday, Dec. 7.