Little Green Valley Professional Review and Guide
"Before the loggers and subdividers arrived on the scene, the top of the San Bernardinos from Crestline to Big Bear was heavily clothed in tall timber. Today, stands of magni?cent pine, cedar, and oak, undisturbed by humans, are rare and widely scattered. One place where you can still ?nd them, rich and tall and verdant, is on the ridges north of Snow Valley.
This is a beautiful walk through the realm of these forest monarchs, on good trail or ?re road all the way, and sometimes beside a trickling stream. Do it on a day when you have plenty of time, so that you can saunter, pause, and fully soak up nature’s handiwork. The trip is especially pleasant in the spring when the creek is running and in the autumn when
the oak leaves are turning yellow."