Posts Tagged “Hiking”

2017 Guilded Wildflower Walks on Big Bear Pebble Plain Saturdays Through June 24

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2017 Guilded Wildflower Walks on Big Bear Pebble Plain Saturdays Through June 24

Baldwin Lake Ecological Reserve opens for the season on April 1 with free guided wildflower hike organized by Southern California botanists Saturdays at 11:30 a.m. Join San Bernardino National Forest botanists as they lead guided Wildflower Walks exploring unique Pebble Plain terrain. Volunteers identify some of the unique species that grow here and nowhere else…

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See Big Bear Fall Colors While Hiking or Biking Pine Knot Trail

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See Big Bear Fall Colors While Hiking or Biking Pine Knot Trail

Aspen Grove, one of only two natural occurring aspen stands south of the Sierras,  is still closed after the 2015 Lake Fire. The other aspen stand at Arrastre Creek is remote and hard to get to. So for fall colors in Big Bear, shift gears and head to Pine Knot Trail where there’s plenty of…

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Lots to See on Pacific Crest Trail Big Bear Section at Onyx Summit

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Lots to See on Pacific Crest Trail Big Bear Section at Onyx Summit

One direction there’s a sofa and dumpster, the other lions and grizzly bear. You  just never know what you’ll find on Pacific Crest Trail as it crosses over Onyx Summit off Hwy. 38. Through the years we’ve found abandoned and/or wrecked cars in both directions. One was just feet off the trail south of Onyx,…

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