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    Top Spots in and near Lake Arrowhead

    • Big Bear, California

      Holcomb Valley Campground

      This campground is awesome! With great views, plenty of space and clean bathrooms it'll have you in for a treat! Whether it be a multiple day trip or just one night this campground is awesome. Read below for information if you are looking for a trip in the mountains! Cost: This campground is a ...
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    • Big Bear, California

      Alpine Pedal Path

      5.0
      5.08 mi / 292 ft gain
      Alpine Pedal Path is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Big Bear Lake, California.
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    • Big Bear, California

      Rock Climb Holcomb Valley

      5.0
      Most of the drive to Holcomb Valley is done on regular paved roads until about the last hour when you get above Big Bear Lake and you start your journey on dirt roads. The road is extremely bumpy and has lots of pot holes but there are generally quite a few cars up there that don't have 4 wheel d...
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    • Big Bear, California

      Explore Van Dusen Cabin

      4.0
      This is a great day trip to spend in the mountains. from Highway 18 at the Big Bear Dam you turn left onto highway 38 around the north shore of Big Bear. Continue till you see the sign Van Dusen Rd and turn left. The paved road takes you through residential neighborhoods where the dirt road begin...
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    • Angelus Oaks, California

      Jenks Lake

      4.0
      0.77 mi / 49 ft gain
      If you want to experience beauty and solitude in SoCal look no further than Jenks Lake. Not too far from Big Bear Lake, but secluded enough to keep most away in the winter, Jenks Lake is a small but lovely alpine lake near HWY 38 in Angelus Oaks. Driving to the lake is beautiful in itself as HWY...
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    • Angelus Oaks, California

      South Fork to Dollar Lake Trail

      11.3 mi / 449 ft gain
      South Fork to Dollar Lake Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Banning, California.
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    • Riverside, California

      Hike Two Trees Trail

      2.5 mi / 977 ft gain
      Parking is free at the trailhead, but there is only room for approximately five cars. The trailhead is on the edge of a neighborhood, so you can park there if needed. From the parking lot, head west, and immediately veer right and across the bridge. If you go left at the first fork, you can stay ...
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    • Forest Falls, California

      Vivian Creek Trail to San Gorgonio Peak

      17.83 mi / 5627 ft gain
      Vivian Creek Trail to San Gorgonio Peak is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a waterfall located near Forest Falls, California.
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    • Forest Falls, California

      Summit Mt. San Gorgonio

      4.7
      17 mi / 5840 ft gain
      A hiking permit is required to hike in the San Gorgonio Wilderness. Apply for the permit early as the Vivian Creek Trail is the second most popular trailhead for the area and quotas fill up in advance. The permits are free and the entire process can be handled via fax or mail. All the information...
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    • San Bernardino County, California

      Off-Road Jacoby Canyon

      2.9 mi
      This is now my favorite trail in the San Bernardino National Forest. Ranging from desert scenes at the bottom and pine trees at the top, you experience such high levels of outdoors feel you can't resist. This trail has so many awesome spots for camping and off-roading that it has a great mix for ...
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    • Riverside, California

      Hike Mt. Rubidoux

      4.3
      2.7 mi / 500 ft gain
      Featuring over 161 acres and over 3.5 miles of combined paved and dirt trails, Mount Rubidoux Park in Riverside, CA is a beautiful natural environment and adventure location. Although some say this is just a "hill", this Inland Empire gem offers a quick escape from the pace of city life. Just m...
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    • Mount Baldy, California

      Mt. San Antonio (Mt. Baldy) via the Ski Hut Trail

      5.0
      9.7 mi / 3990 ft gain
      Mt. San Antonio, or Mt. Baldy as it is known locally, is one of the cans of the challenging "six-pack of peaks" in Southern California. For this one, start before the Manker campground and head up the fire road. This is known as the "Baldy Bowl or Ski-Hut Trail". You'll see some cabins on your l...
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    • Mount Baldy, California

      Cucamonga Peak via Icehouse Canyon

      4.6
      11.13 mi / 4157 ft gain
      Start hiking early, before the sun rises so you can maximize the day out of the heat and to give yourself plenty of time for the hike. As you get to higher elevations, it will be a little cooler and there might be snow on the ground, so be sure to pack layers. This hike requires a permit. If yo...
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    • Mount Baldy, California

      Icehouse Saddle via Icehouse Canyon Trail

      3.8
      6.62 mi / 2562 ft gain
      The hike is accessible in all seasons, but in winter there can be snow and ice so special equipment may be useful, but not required. In mid-January there were patches of ice on the trail but were easily crossed in boots and trainers. You can take the trail and end at Ice house Saddle or continue ...
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    • Mount Baldy, California

      Ontario Peak and Cucamonga Peak via Icehouse Canyon Trailhead

      16.22 mi / 5610 ft gain
      We started out at 8am on a Sunday, usually parking at Ice House Saddle can be tricky, I would advise going earlier. We headed out on our journey hiking up to the saddle, when you reach the switchbacks there is a fresh water spring, it's the last place you can get water...so stock up! We pressed o...
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    • Mount Baldy, California

      Cedar Glen Camp

      4.88 mi / 1650 ft gain
      Cedar Glen Camp is a great beginner backpacking trip just outside of Los Angeles, California. Starting from the Icehouse Trailhead (also used for Cucamonga Peak), head out on the Icehouse Canyon Trail from the parking area. The trail will intersect with the Chapman Trail, at which point, you'll t...
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