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Les meilleurs sentiers recommandés par des habitants

Tourist Information Center
“Big Bear Discovery Center is a regional visitor center and nature center, located in the Big Bear Valley of the San Bernardino Mountains, and within the San Bernardino National Forest, in San Bernardino County, southern California. It is in the Mountaintop Ranger District Office complex of the National Forest.”
  • Recommandé par 110 habitants
“Visit the WORLD'S LARGEST LODGEPOLE PINE TREE! This 460 year old tree has a circumference is 36 feet at the base & is over 110 feet tall!”
  • Recommandé par 78 habitants
“Dog friendly (must be on a leash) trail about 5 miles out and back, great views of Big Bear Lake and mountains. Moderate level difficulty so good for beginners and up. Paved parking lot with tables and benches so it's also good to picnic but get there early for that.”
  • Recommandé par 24 habitants
“The best bike and wlaking path there is in Big Bear. Very scenic, romantic... take a picnic... ”
  • Recommandé par 46 habitants
“This is a short, easy, circular trail on the north side of the lake that begins and ends at a parking lot. This is a great path to walk after lunch — definitely dog friendly. Note: A $5 US Forest Service parking pass is required to park in the lot, but there is free street parking along Stanfield Cutoff nearby, perfect if you also plan to fish or stroll along the lake.”
  • Recommandé par 7 habitants
“Nice, moderate, dog friendly with great views. Home of the local eagles...”
  • Recommandé par 8 habitants
“A great picnic spot with fishing and swimming. Parking in the lot will require an Adventure Pass or National Park pass. You can get one at the Big Bear Discovery Center Across the street in warmer months.”
  • Recommandé par 4 habitants
“The Woodland Interpretive Trail is an easy-to-moderate 1.5 mile hike that is a 'loop'. You'll take in beautiful views of the lake and mountains as you make your way through the trail. There is a handout you can take with you at the start of the trail that explains the flora & fauna along the way, marked with number markers. There's also a picnic table in the parking area or across the street, right on the lake.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants