Big Bear’s stunning natural environment lends itself to all sorts of Big Bear outdoor activities. Distant mountain peaks beckon you to hike, explore, bike, and ski their rough terrain. Serene, sparkling lakes call for blissful hours spend fishing, boating, kayaking, and canoeing. And the peaceful, quiet, and shaded woods of Big Bear? Why, they’re not only for pleasant strolls and leisurely hikes, but also for scenic tree climbing!
Gain a whole new perspective of Big Bear from up above on a tree climbing tour! From aloft in a tree, you can look out over the vast swathes of greenery that comprise the San Bernardino National Forest, as well as dazzling views of Big Bear Lake and beyond!
The Most Optimal Tree Climbing in Big Bear
Start off your Big Bear summer activities right with a tree climbing journey and by finding a reputable tree climbing guide service. The most popular charter service in the area happens to be through Action Tours. As one of the only tree rope climbing tours in Southern California, this invigorating tour will immerse you in the tranquil and breathtaking scenery of the treetops surrounding Big Bear Lake.
Tours run from April through November, and begin with signing a release form and making sure that you and your party will meet the requirements for the excursion. You should wear comfortable clothing that will be appropriate for Big Bear outdoor activities, take into consideration the weather you’ll be facing during the tour, as these tours run in nearly all weather excepting high winds, lightning, and falling snow.
Long pants, closed-toe hiking shoes (preferably boots), security straps for any eyeglasses or sunglasses, and hair ties for long hair (which should also be braided) are required. Participants should also forego any dangling jewelry, such as bracelets or necklaces, and anything that attaches to your belt loop, such as wallets, pagers, and cell phones. These items can be stored in on-site storage lockers during the tour.
Once you’ve met these requirements, you’ll then learn how to properly climb Big Bear’s enormous trees using a rope and harness!
This Big Bear summer activity is family-friendly for kids aged twelve years and older, making it an ideal choice for family vacations with your teenager or pre-teen. It’s even fun for a group of adults looking for awesome things to do in Big Bear Lake. The weight maximum for participating is two hundred and fifty pounds, and health requirements exclude those who are pregnant or have medical conditions related to the foot, respiratory system, back, or heart. If you require an inhaler for asthma or an Epipen for insect stings, tell your guide and bring your medication with you.
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Contact our reservations team to find out further details on the diverse activities and attractions that will keep you entertained during your Big Bear vacation when you reserve your trip accommodations in one of the cozy alpine cabin rentals that are available for your stay through Big Bear Vacations today!