Woodland Interpretive Trail

Big Bear, California 92315

Woodland Interpretive Trail

Woodland Interpretive Trail Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Hike through a lovely forested area and learn about the natural surroundings of the Big Bear region. The Woodland Interpretive Trail is one hike in a series of interpretive trails located around the San Bernardino National Forest. The route is loaded with beautiful scenery and informative stops. It makes a perfect easy walk that’s suitable for families. The trail is rarely crowded, and those looking for a casual stroll are sure to fall in love. The twenty stops along the trail are geared toward introducing the local plants in the Big Bear region."

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Detailed Trail Descriptions from Our Guidebooks

Afoot and Afield: Inland Empire (Wilderness Press)
David & Jennifer Money Harris
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"The Woodland Nature Trail tours a particularly fine portion of the forest on the north shore of Big Bear Lake in the transition region between the conifer and pinyon-juniper zones of the San Bernardino Mountains. The trail was constructed by volunteers in 1986, and features 20 numbered posts around the loop. Pick up a brochure at the trailhead, which provides historic, botanical, and geological information keyed to the sign posts. The Woodland Trail is ideal for families with young children looking for a good place to take a walk while visiting the Big Bear area." Read more

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Trail Information

Big Bear
Nearby City
1.3
Distance
Loop/Lollipop
Trail Type
Easy
Skill Level
1 hour
Duration
Spring through fall
Season
San Bernardino National Forest
Local Contacts
TOPO! CD: California 9; USGS: Fawnskin
Local Maps

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Dec 2018