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Les meilleurs sentiers recommandés par des habitants

Tourist Information Center
“"Get a map and go wander! The Discovery Center (on North Shore Dr.; sbnfa.org or 909/866-3437) has all the hiking and biking info you can ask for—and sells the $5/day Adventure Pass needed for most trailhead parking."”
  • Recommandé par 115 habitants
Trail
“"Classic Hike: We love to climb the 1.2-mile trail to the top of Castle Rock for a steep tromp with a big payoff: The path heads past giant conifers and car-size boulders to the ridge, where Castle Rock stands sentinel. Scramble to its turretlike summit for an eagle’s-eye view of the lake. The trail starts at State 18, 1.2 miles east of the dam"”
  • Recommandé par 87 habitants
Trail
“Big Bear Lake plays peek-a-boo while hiking this trail. Bring water and go early before it gets hot as the trail faces south and gets a good amount of sun even though your hiking through trees.”
  • Recommandé par 25 habitants
Trail
“Paved trail for biking, walking, skating & wheelchairs for sightings of a bald eagle population.”
  • Recommandé par 50 habitants
Trail
“This is a gentle loop, great for kids. Lovely views, shaded in the morning and afternoon, with overhead sun during the middle of the day. You can always take a dip in the lake across the road when you're done!”
  • Recommandé par 10 habitants
Trail
“This trail is on the northwest side of the lake in the little town of Fawnskin. It's a beautiful trail and kids love it. There's a couple little restaurants in town.”
  • Recommandé par 9 habitants
Lake
“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
Trail
“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