When the summer heat is beating you down, where do you head? Join us June 29-30 for a trip to Big Bear to escape the heat and cool off in the forest. Our plan is to depart Redlands at 9am as a group and head up the mountain to our campsite a 5,890ft. Additional information is below and make sure to register for the trip via Facebook. As usual, we will be using GAIA as our navigation guide and the route can be downloaded below. If you don’y have GAIA, click the button below for up to a 50% discount. We look forward to seeing you in Big Bear!
Meet at 9am at Starbucks in Highland on the 29th.
4140 E Highland Ave, Highland, CA 92346
(Wild Camp – No amenities, probably no fires, check local restrictions)
Dirt trail of at least 30 miles and over 5,000 feet.
High-clearance vehicles are recommended and four-wheel drive vehicles may also be required to reach these sites, depending on current road conditions.
Ranger Station Update:
Fires permitted only in actual campgrounds and yellow post sites that actually have a fire ring. No creating your own rock fire ring or using another one made. Must be actually camp style fire ring. Gas fire is also not allowed. They said if you have it on a table you might get away with it. If you’re running a stove or grill you must have fire permit.
These remote camping sites offer locations for tent and car camping. There are some mature shade trees near the sites, but other than a metal fire ring for campfires, these sites do NOT contain the amenities found at developed campgrounds. There is no water, no picnic tables, no restrooms nearby, and no trash containers. Please pack it in – pack it out!
HAM Frequency 146:500
Make sure to always carry extra food, water, recovery systems, air compressor, air down tool, tire repair kit, jack, full size spare, first aid, and anything else necessary.
“We are not against 2A, however we are a family friendly group and while on trips with us we don’t permit shooting. Anyone is welcome to leave the trip and go shooting on their own time following local and state regulations.”