Flying Squirrel Zip Line Brings Guests to New Heights! Snow Summit Adventure Park NOW OPEN with new activities for all ages

BIG BEAR LAKE, CA (June TBD, 2013) – Snow Summit Adventure Park announces the opening of the side-by-side Flying Squirrel Zip Line tomorrow, July 4. The addition of the zip line to the adventure park adds an opportunity for a new and exciting outdoor adventure for visitors of all ages. Located right in your own back yard, we invite you to soar high over the landscape and experience the mountain, as most people never have.

The Flying Squirrel Zip Line has dual cables, allowing two riders to simultaneously soar through the air at speeds up to 35 miles per hour along a line that extends 1,050 feet from top to bottom. Zip line riders must meet weight requirements of 75- 250 pounds to ride.

In addition to the zip line, Snow Summit Adventure Park has a Scenic Sky Chair that transports hundreds of guests each day to mountain-top nature hiking, barbeque, cross-country mountain biking and Southern California's only lift-served downhill mountain bike park that offers bank turns, jumps, wood diving board, bridges and much more!

In the base area, Snow Summit Sports Shop has everything you need to be outfitted for the outdoors, including a 2013 ski and snowboard season outerwear, on sale now. Summer and winter season pass holders are encouraged to visit the Sports Shop, located just above the ticket windows, where they can receive 20 percent off any regular priced items.

Snow Summit Adventure Park has a variety of activities that will leave visitors eager to come back again and again.  Anyway you choose to explore, there is summer fun for everyone!
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Big Bear Mountain Resorts (BBMR) includes Snow Summit and Bear Mountain ski areas plus Bear Mountain Golf Course and Snow Summit Adventure Park.  For more information, please visit Big Bear Mountain Resorts is an equal opportunity service provider operating under a San Bernardino National Forest special use permit.