Rungu announces new partnership with Bear Valley Skyline Resorts


Partnership with Bear Valley Skyline Resorts

Rungu is proud to announce its partnership with Bear Valley Skyline Resorts, Inc. as the first mountain resort to market and sell the Rungu Electric Juggernaut. Bear Valley Skyline Resorts prides itself on creating year-round opportunities for guests and residents to get out and enjoy the mountains in an environmentally conscious way.  As an example, Bear Valley operates the cleanest ski trail grooming fleets in California.

Bear Valley - A Skyline Resort

“The Rungu Electric Juggernaut is the perfect off-road/on-road vehicle for the Sierra Nevada, in line with our dedication as steadfast stewards of the ski area in partnership with the U.S.D.A. Forest Service, providing a quiet and eco-friendly form of transportation for people to get around and enjoy the outdoors as Mother Nature intended,” says Andrea Young, General Manager, Skyline Bear Valley Resorts, Inc. “with the stability in snow and its powerful electric motor, the Electric Juggernaut is an excellent sustainable choice for transportation over snow and rugged terrrain.”

Visitors to the Bear Valley can arrange a demo and purchase the Electric Juggernaut by contacting Paul Gwin (paulg@bearvalley.com), Manager of Retail at Bear Valley Skyline Resorts for more information.

 

About Bear Valley Mountain & Bear Valley Village

Bear Valley is the premier family mountain sports, recreation and lodging destination in the Central Sierra.  Located between Yosemite and Lake Tahoe on National Scenic Byway Highway 4, and surrounded by two of California’s largest federally designated wilderness areas, outdoor activities in Bear Valley are abundant. Bear Valley is known for its warm, welcoming staff, affordable ticket prices, terrain variety, and a commitment to providing the ultimate mountain experience.  The mountain offers 1,680 acres of varied terrain, 8 chairs (2 high-speed) and 2 surface lifts, more than 70 trails (and access to “side country” adventure terrain), two terrain parks with more than 18 features, and 1,900 vertical feet.  Bear Valley averages over 30 feet of annual snowfall per year.  Bear Valley Village is home to a variety of services, shops, restaurants and a wide range of accommodations.  Winters provide skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, sledding, snowshoeing and snowmobiling.  Hiking, fishing, mountain biking, cycling, rock climbing, kayaking, youth sports camps, a kids adventure park, camping and a variety of cultural events make for a perfect summer of activities. More information is available at www.bearvalley.com.