Initially, I drove up to Big Bear Lake to hike Gray’s Peak that Sunday morning. But when I got there, I found a note at the trailhead saying that it’s closed until 6/16/17 for bald eagle habitat. Hmm, ok, then. Luckily, Big Bear Lake is dog-friendly and has many trails that Xena is allowed. The
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I have to backtrack and share our hikes in the springtime. I normally share our adventure stories in chronological order but I was too excited to tell you about the glamping trip that I skipped over some of our springtime hikes. This is a hike we did back in March while chasing wildflowers. I entered
Bertha Peak is a must when you visit Big Bear Lake. The peak is located north of the lake near the center so you get the panoramic view at the top. Cougar Crest trailhead is located off N Shore Dr. Stop at the Big Bear Discovery Center beforehand if you don’t have an Adventure Pass
Trailhead: 33.930936, -117.519635 Difficulty rating: Easy Fun for the family! Location: Norco, California Get Our Latest Comprehensive Dog-friendly Trail List Here. Enjoy! Happy Hiking! KEEN Footwear discounts starting at 25% OFF
Unfortunately, this is not a dog-friendly trail. Please respect the trail rule. For history lovers: Even before the California Gold Rush of 1849, prospectors were finding gold in southern California. As the take from the mines in the Sierras petered out, miners fanned out into the deserts. Hot summers, scarce water, limited wood sources, and
As you know from my last week’s post, I went hiking in Joshua Tree National Park in January. Sadly, dogs are not allowed on hiking trails so my sister and I went to the park ourselves to hike Ryan Mountain – the second highest point in Joshua Tree – and had to leave Xena at
In January, I made my annual desert trip to La Quinta which is 2 hours from L.A. Rainstorm was in the forecast for my entire trip but I didn’t care. I looked forward to this trip all winter and I wasn’t going to cancel it. I was ready for a break from the daily routines.