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Recent Bear Valley reviews

  • Just loved this place for skiing and siteseeing

    "Me and my wife and 3 year old son just loved this place, we went up on the 1st of January for a ski trip. The snow was pouring down and the view out the back windows into the meadows was amazing. We got to see people cross country askiiing and walking theire dogs, kids palying on the hill on their sleds. and my 3 year old son was super excited about the large snow plow pushing snow around in the street for snow clearing. He got to see the snow tractors grooming the trails out back and plenty of snomobiles going down the trails as well. the condo itself was great i thought, plenty of room for 2 families easily and i even notice that there was a sepreate entrance for the second family if you needed that but we didnt. our other party didnt show up whcih was fine with me becasue the quiet time was much needee for me . the place is Big confortable Big windows out the back for awsome winter or summer view.s beautiful setting. I will stay here again for sure no questions asked thats for sure. My wife doesnt ski and my 3 year old got burned out and basically didnt wanted to ski much so i was able to just walk out the door and walk up the street and jump on Solitude chair lift quickly. I even came back to the condo one midday and even took a 45 minute nap garb something to eat, then headed back to the chairlift at 230pm and got 10 more runs in. Need i say more,lol"
    Guest: John B. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 7, 2017
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  • Cozy, clean, and and comfortable.

    "We found the condominium to be well-suited to our needs for my husband and myself. The place was clean, well stocked, and comfortable. It is also very convenient, being located in Bear Valley Village just off Hwy. 4. The only negative that we found was that the tv screen was small by today's standards and a little difficult to view from the futon/couch (you were looking at the screen from the side.) There were 4 chairs around the table facing the screen however that could be used for viewing directly."
    Guest: JANET H. Date of Stay: April 2017 Review Submitted: April 17, 2017
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  • Great location + Great for families

    "For the past 4 years, our group of 3 families (6 adults + 7 kids) have been taking an annual trip to ski Bear Valley - to reconnect by spending time together. Prior to this year's trip, BV got dumped on (56-72" depending on whom you ask), and by the time we arrived on Friday morning, all of the roads had been cleared. The house is ~600' from the parking lot/snowmobile loading zone - close enough to just walk and carry/pull on sleds our things. The close proximity made getting our children (ages 2-10) down and back from the ski shuttle very easy, even after a long day of skiing. The layout of the house is unusual - I give a lot of detail here so you understand how open the house is (i.e. minimal privacy) and how flexible you need to be to share bathrooms. You enter through the sliding door/deck on the middle level into the living/dining room. Farther back is the kitchen, 1 half-bath and then 2 bedrooms and one of these has its own 1/2 bath. The bedroom on the left has a Queen. Across the hallway is a 1/2 bath with a shower + toilet. The bedroom on the right has a full size bed - but, there is no door to this bedroom, just a curtain. Attached to this bedroom is a 1/2 bath (shower/tub + sink), and there is no door. Anyone using this sink/shower is in full view of anyone lying on the bed. Downstairs is a bunk room with 4 bunks/8 beds and its own 3/4 bath (sink + shower + toilet). There is a W/D downstairs too. On the top floor is a 3 part loft - back part has a Queen bed, but no door; 1/2 bath (sink + toilet) with a door; and 2 twin beds - no door and open railing (not child-proof) overlooking the living/dining area. Despite the odd layout and the good fortune that our 3 families are very close, we were able to make due. The bunk room is AWESOME for the kids - they fell asleep talking and laughing and they woke up talking and laughing. The house is overall clean and tidy, rustic and homey in decor. Heat is provided by gas-furnace - some rooms heat too well, others less so - adjust vents to normalize. The fireplace is awesome for aesthetics, not for warmth; there was plenty of firewood/kindling below the deck. There were plenty of plates, glasses, mugs, pots/pans, etc. There were 9 chairs for the dining table, so we had a kids-seating, then a parents-seating for meals. Plenty of books, VHS tapes for the TV/VCR. DirecTV, No DVD player, No internet/wifi, very spotty cell coverage. This house was a great home base for our reunion ski weekend."
    Guest: vlrainey Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 17, 2017
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  • Great Memorable Weekend.

    "The House was very accommodating. The cabin was very spacious and never once felt cramped. We got to enjoy the balcony and was able to keep an eye out for the kids as they played out front. They had there very own sled hill out front. It was easy to get to the home by the help of Phil from Powder Bears Transportation. Thank you again Mr. and Mrs. Mulcaster. we hope to stay again very soon."
    Guest: Michelle L. Date of Stay: March 2017 Review Submitted: March 20, 2017
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