THINGS TO DO DURING YOUR STAY IN BIG BEAR
Head along a wide variety of terrains on several trails, all with spectacular vistas. Escape from the traffic and congestion of the city - where the pavement ends and the "Real West" begins.
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One of six solar observatories in the world, this one is here because Big Bear experiences more than 300 days a year of sunshine. Located on North Shore Drive, just west of the Big Bear Ranger Station.
The Alpine Slide attraction is California's only authentic bobsled ride. Take a scenic chairlift ride to the top, then hop on a specially designed sled and control your own speed down a 1/4 mile long track. In the summer enjoy a refreshing double Water Slide. Also available are Go-Karts and an 18 hole miniature golf course. Parents pay, only if they play!
The Big Bear Alpine Zoo is a rehabilitation facility offering injured, orphaned and imprinted wild animals a safe haven; temporarily while they heal or permanently as they are unable to survive on their own. We are extremely proud that 90% of all the animals brought to us for rehabilitation are successfully released back into their native environment.
|Single||$20 1h||$35 2h||$55 4h||$85 8h|
|Double||$30 1h||$50 1h||$75 4h||$100 8h|
The Champion Lodgepole Pine Trail is an easy one-mile round trip hike located on the south side of Big Bear Lake. The trail features a wet meadow and mature conifers including the largest recorded lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta) in California! The self-guided trail has 14 numbered posts that correspond to an interpretive guide which is available at the trailhead.
Located on the north shore of Big Bear Lake, this learning center features educational exhibits and hands-on activities regarding the natural environment and wildlife in the region.