Bear Valley 1970’s Vintage Original Ski Poster-Photo by Jerry Hill.
Bear Valley is a ski area located on highway 4 between Lake Tahoe and Yosemite—about three hours southeast of Sacramento, California. It is around one and a half hours from Angels Camp, California. The alpine ski area and a portion of the real estate in the village of Bear Valley was owned by an investment partnership led by a Canadian company, Dundee Realty, from 2005 to 2014. In 2014, Skyline International acquired Bear Valley.
Nine lifts provide access to 75+ runs covering 1,680 acres (6,800,000 m2) skiable. Prior to the 2010-2011 ski season, an additional 400 acres (1.6 km2) of non-lift serviced terrain was opened to the public expanding the resort to 1680 skiable acres, making it the 8th largest in skiable acres in the state of California. The resort is known for its commitment to snow making and snow science expertise, and as a result of snow management, was one of 6 resorts in California that remained open into mid-spring during the worst drought in California history. Bear Valley is also known for its rich racing history and one of two resorts in California that operates a NASTAR course nearly every weekend of the winter season. Copied from Wikipedia.
Size 21 x 30 inches.