Enjoying Snow in San Diego

This January and February there are plenty of places for San Diegans to get their ski (or snowboard) on – with all less than three hours away.

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Big Bear is one of Southern California's most visited resorts for snow. The dry conditions of this winter make it an ideal place to shred the slopes. See www.bigbear.com for conditions.
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Mt. Laguna is known for getting some of the best snow in San Diego County. The best part? It's less than an hour drive. Find out more at www.lagunamountain.com
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Mt. Baldy, a 2 hour drive from San Diego, is a winter wonderland from December to February. Check out www.mtbaldy.com for a snow report.
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Palomar Mountain is a great place to take the family for a snowball fight, or a snowman building competition.
Snowboard fans can head to Snow Valley in the San Bernadino National Forest for some major hills. Visit www.snow-valley.com for weather updates.
The precipitation prompted school official at the Julian and Mountain Empire school districts to cancel classes on Tuesday.
The quaint town of Julian often gets snow in the winter months. You know what goes great with snow? Apple pie.
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Mountain High, San Diego's closest ski/snowboard resort, offers extreme sports and family activities. View upcoming events at www.mthigh.com
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