Big Bear Lake, CA – A year ago (February 28), budget reductions reduced the hours of the Big Bear Superior Court to the first week of each month. Effective April 2, the Big Bear Court will be open each Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday of the first full week of each month. The court will be closed all 0ther days of the month...
Yesterday’s storm passed through and left us 1-3 inches of new snow, which was enough to freshen up our surface and make conditions super fun. We’re back to that So-Cal weather we all love- nothin’ but sun for the rest of the week...
We found an early brochure describing Big Bear. It was written by the Big bear Chamber of Commerce.
High among the wooded ranges of the California Sierras lies the historic Big Bear Lake Country. Sheltered by the snow-capped peaks of Greyback (Mount San Gorgonio) 11,485 feet; San Bernardino and Sugarloaf, each over 10,000 feet; this picturesque panorama of forest, stream and lake offers traveler and vacation seeker the varied diversions of rest, recreation and pleasures of Nature’s playground...
Hey all you park rats! Yes you! How’s the park been? Hope you like it. We’ve been trying to hook up features for all ability levels and all styles of riding. We have Powder Bowl for anyone looking to get weird with it. We have the Red Bull Plaza for anyone looking to get off the main run, hang out, and session some street like jibs. We have Park Run for anyone looking to go fast and hit as many features as possible. We have Chair 5 for anyone looking to get out of the mix and just ride some jumps. We have the Scene for those afternoon hike sessions by the bar. And last but not least, we have the Skill Builder park designed for beginner riders who are new to park riding but want to learn the trade.
Your adventure in the tree tops will accommodate families, groups, team building, youth groups and the thrill seeker. Enjoy the Safari style ride, 9 lines ranging from 120 ft. to 820 ft., a suspension bridge and everything you need for ziplining is provided. Action Zipline Tours is the only ACCT Accredited and permitted zipline tour in San Bernardino County.
You ask and we deliver and that’s why Bear Mountain is “The People’s Park”.
It’s no secret why So Cal’s freestyle snowboarders and skiers make Bear Mountain their home mountain. Whether you’re goal is to front board a fun box or to just have more fun, Bear Mountain has the right parks for you.
New this winter for advanced park riders is theRed Bull Plaza. Set up high off chair 9, this urban oasis features four of the jibs you first saw at HDHR 2011. The Plaza contains a Kink Wall, 32′ long stairs to give an urban feel, some K-rails similar to those you see at concerts, and a marble ledge that provides riders with the smoothest sliding surface on the mountain.
If you still need some fine tuning before heading up to the Red Bull Plaza then hit our Skill Builder Parks to gain the confidence you need to tackle the rest of Bear Mountain’s signature features.
Couple laps with a camera and the Dinosaurs Will Die crew at Big Bear. Chris Brewster, Brendon Hupp, Johnny Castro and Eirik Nesse getting shit done. NEXT VIDEO. PREVIOUS VIDEO. I Ride Park City 2011/12: Episode 5 ...
(Occupancy 2-7) Pelican Pines is a wonderful 3 bedroom two bath condo located at Bayshore Ski and Racquet Club. This condo is light and airy with a view of the tennis courts. Downstairs bedroom has a queen.
In the early 1950’s, residents of Big Bear Valley had a dream of receiving quality healthcare close to home. J.B. Quale conceived the idea for a hospital in 1949 when he broke his hip skiing and was taken down the mountain in an ambulance (a two hour ride). The first planning meeting was held in 1950 and the hospital Fund was incorporated. In 1970, the non-profit, government Hospital District was formed in a general election by a 95% favorable vote. The original facility was funded by private contributions; a General Bond Obligation and Hill-Burton funds with land donated by the Bear Valley Mutual Water District. Bear Valley Community Hospital was dedicated on June 24, 1974 and the now 30-bed hospital (9 acute care beds and 21 skilled nursing beds) became the cornerstone of the Healthcare District.
Bear Valley Community Hospital services include 24 hour emergency care, acute respiratory care, inpatient medical care, both in and out-patient surgery, laboratory, physical therapy, skilled nursing facility and two rural health clinics. We also offer comprehensive diagnostic imaging including quad detector CT scanning, ultrasound, digital x-ray, and mammography services.
They weren’t going to let a little thing like melting snow dampen their celebration. The National Forest Association and REI, an outdoor equipment co-op, held a party to mark Winter Trails Day at the Big Bear Discovery Center Jan. 7.
REI outreach specialist Lyndie Bradshaw was pleased with the turnout. “We had a lot of good initial response and then people were concerned because of the lack of snow,” Bradshaw said. “We assured everyone that we were going to work it out.”
Want to grow your own fruits and vegetables? Don’t have a space big enough in your own yard? No problem. If you are a resident of the Big Bear Valley, you can purchase a plot in the new Community Garden that will be built on Fox Farm Rd., next to Rathbun Creek, adjacent to CVS Pharmacy. 35 plots are available and going fast! For more info, download a brochure, or call 909-486-7676. Donations for the garden are also needed, including lumber, perimeter fencing, a storage shed, fruit trees and a greenhouse. Donations are tax deductible under the Lighthouse Project.
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