depends on the terraingoldenchild said:
F***in' prissy tropical Ba$!^#@$......motogpfan said:Whats a snow?
Snow level hit 2200 ft last winter. That's snow on the ground in the hills of Eastern OC. I've seen snow on Palomar Mt., too.xswimordiex said:i stop and wonder how in the hell it snowed in southern california ;D
Yeah, I live at the foot of Mt. Baldy in So Cal and I've been on the mountain when it starts snowing. Luckily it's only about 30 minutes from top to bottom as long as you're not at the skii resort so you can easily run home before the snow gets bad.iBike said:Snow level hit 2200 ft last winter. That's snow on the ground in the hills of Eastern OC. I've seen snow on Palomar Mt., too.
BTW, people, the local (1.5 hr drive, a bit less on the bike) mountains are 10000' (the lifts are at 7000). There's a foot of snow at 'Summit, and 4 runs are open, and more at Big Bear, although it's nearly all man-made.
It's not that hard to get out into the mountains of Southern California for a ride and (having paid no attention to the weather report) find yourself dealing with some snow.