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August 21 @ 6:30 am - 6:00 pm

Join me if you would like to spend all day at Big Bear Lake exploring short hikes there. I’d like to start out with an exploratory steep (200′ loss/gain) but short trek to Bear Creek about a 1/4 mile below the dam. There’s a good flow of water there to check out. After that we would drive on some back roads to an easy trail leading to Castle Rock which offers stunning views of Big Bear Lake. If you like hiking in a rocky forested environment, you’ll love this area. Also, we will take other short and easy trails to The Champion Lodgepole Pine, Bluff Lake Reserve and a beautiful portion of The Siberia Creek Trail.

Plan on having a late lunch there after our hikes.

If you have to be somewhere later that day, don’t commit to this. The hike will be over when it’s over.

MEETUP TIME, LOCATION AND DIRECTIONS: Take the 134 Fwy east and exit Harvey Dr. heading south. Make a right on E. Wilson Ave. followed immediately by a right into the Park And Ride there. Whether you meet at an earlier location or not, you’ll all be required to meet at our caravan location at the park and ride in Glendale. We’ll all meet there at 6:30 a.m. and fill up the SUVs. Those that don’t drive can help pay for gas.

EARLIER MEETUP LOCATION: Those out my way can meet me in Woodland Hills at 6:00 a.m. and take off from there in a car pool. Meet at the corner of Leonora Dr. and Ponce Avenue. Ponce Ave. is the first street east of Fallbrook. We can park on Ponce which is not in front of any homes. We can load the cars up here, since there isn’t a car shuttle involved on this event.



DISTANCE: 6+ miles

TERRAIN: Single track trail and a short exploratory scramble down to Bear Creek

EXPERIENCE LEVEL: Intermediate hiker capable of hiking a little bit of steep terrain

ADVENTURE PASS: Will be required at the trailhead.

MY CELL# IS: 805-358-5972

– We hike in as a group and hike out as a group
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August 21
6:30 am - 6:00 pm
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Meet at the P&R in Glendale on E. Wilson Ave.
1544 E Wilson Ave, Glendale, CA
Glendale, CA US
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