Lake Arrowhead is in Southern California, so it’s unlikely any snow will be found here. The best place around here to go skiing is Big Bear Resort. It has enough terrain, accommodations and family-friendly amenities to satisfy any needs from a carefree couple’s weekend getaway or an adventurous family of four with teenagers looking for a new adventure this school break!
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Oh, then, I’m grateful you put that in all caps so it’s more obvious to read. Nowhere in your article is the background information mentioned at all. Also, there’s a place to comment and a post button, so why don’t you use those? — Jack Humble (talk) 23:57, 11 April 2014 (UTC)
I’m surprised no one has commented on this weakly sourced and completely unsourced article yet. Based on some of the comments above and the article’s limited nature, I’m guessing no one will. –Jack Humble (talk) 16:40, 14 April 2014 (UTC)
Is there snow on the summit of Mount Whitney today?
On January 24, 2018, Mount Whitney was at its highest point at 14,495 feet above sea level. It was drizzly and cloudy that day but the temperature did not reach freezing levels. While there are clear signs of winter right now at lower altitudes, it’s unlikely you’ll see any snow on Mount Whitney this week. The weather is cold but fairly mild with temperatures hovering around 40 F (4 C). If you are looking for a daytrip, I would definitely suggest this area of California to explore. The resort also features several hot tubs and saunas, as well as a spa and pool.
https://www.lonelyplanet .com/usa/california/sierra-nevada /lake-arrowhead-resort-and-hotel
Are Lobos seen in the winter at Yellowstone National Park?
Although there is no snow in Yellowstone National Park, you still may see an Aspen tree or two. The ski season ends as soon as park gates close for the winter. However, this is a bit of a misnomer. The park remains accessible year-round and you can still enjoy the beauty of Yellowstone in the winter months! It’s just that the roads leading to the park are closed by 9:00 p.m. every night. You can find the answer to this “Are Lobos seen in the winter at Yellowstone National Park?” question in any one of U.S. Information Aids and Travel Co., Inc.’s better bookstores.
Other publications include:
The Encounters: A Guide to Field Research in Natural History (MacMillan, 1979) by Ellen C. Looz, Ph.D., is a guide for those interested in observations of nature and how these observations can be conducted successfully.
The Complete Guide to National Parks of the West, 4th ed. (Houghton Mifflin, 1990) by Stephen Trimble, Ph.D., is a guide to the National Park Service’s western parks that includes information on culture and history as well as descriptions of specific locations.
The Yellowstone Story: A History of Our First National Park (HarperCollins, 1986) by W. J. Merry and David S. Martin, Ph.D., provides an overview of the park’s history from when it was first established through its beginnings in statehood.