A. Yes but yours is included in the tour.
B. Where can I buy a parking pass for future trips? Day passes are $5 and annual passes are $30. Use zip code 92315 to look up locations https://www.fs.usda.gov/detailfull/r5/passes-permits/recreation/?cid=STELPRDB5181410&width=full
C. Where do the parking fees go? https://www.fs.usda.gov/main/sbnf/passes-permits/recreation
No but you will need one if you go into the San Gorgonio Wilderness.
Coming Soon – Day packs, water bottles, socks, trekking poles and buffs.
Not yet but coming soon.
Visit Friends of Big Bear Valley for bald eagle info https://friendsofbigbearvalley.org/
All reservations are charged in full at time of booking. Once purchased, bookings are nonrefundable. Refunds (in the form of a digital gift card) will be offered if a cancelation is made within 48 hours of the reservation. Most weather is not a deterrent when it comes to hiking. We sometimes hike in snowy/icy or rainy/muddy conditions. These real-world conditions offer opportunities to discuss safely traveling in a variety of different situations.. With that being said, Big Bear Hiking Adventures reserves the right to modify or cancel any tour due to any unsafe conditions determined by the guide on the day of the hike.
Yes! Four legged friends are welcome but must remain on the leash at all times. Participants must bring doggie bags and be prepared to hike out anything their dog leaves behind.
No smoking, no drugs or alcohol, no weapons and no drones