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Your Big Bear Mountain Cabins, Your Home
If we were to describe the thing or things that all our Big Bear cabins in Bear Mountain share, we would say they’re comfortable, well-designed, authentically furnished, and offer some of the best views you would find in the area. Just take a look at some of our cabins. Whatever your taste and whether you prefer something lavish and luxurious or a rustic cabin that conveys the genuine atmosphere of life on the mountain, you’ll find your cabin in our select collection. Our Big Bear Mountain cabins cater for all purposes from family reunions, special events, corporate gatherings, and discreet romantic getaways.
Convenience at Your Fingertips
With comfort and convenience as the underlying basis that defines our vision for a perfect mountain vacation, the amenities our cabins offer are varied. We know that tastes differ and while a guest might prefer a cabin with a patio, a private outdoor spa, and a charcoal BBQ, others might prefer a cozy cabin with built-in storage racks for skis, solid wood tables and cabinets, and vaulted ceilings and wood beams. And we have all that in our Big Bear mountain cabins for rent plus free Wi-Fi, cable TV, fully equipped kitchens, washer/dryer, and towels and linens. Your stay will be made even more enjoyable because our cabins offer all the comforts of a home.
Big Bear Lake Attractions
The first thing that comes to mind is skiing of course. Our ski in ski out cabins make it convenient for you to enjoy your favorite sport right from your doorstep. But apart from skiing, there’s golf, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, fine dining, shopping, jet skiing, and there’s a zoo as well. In Bear Mountain, there’s a lot to keep you entertained.
Skiing Big Bear
Big Bear is a popular winter destination because of its two ski resorts, Snow Summit and Bear Mountain. Both ski resorts are world-class, with more than 40 runs combined, and are popular among beginners and professionals alike.
Bear Mountain Ski Resort has a state-of-the-art snow machine, so it is known for its consistent snow quality and ideal ski conditions. The ski resort is popular among snowboarders because of its terrain park which has jibs, jabs, jumps, and Southern California’s only snow halfpipe.
Snow Summit offers a more traditional alpine experience. The resort does not have a snow machine but gets plenty of snowfall each year. During peak season, the face of the mountain can be busy, but the east side always offers less crowded runs. The Snow Summit Resort is also popular for its Family Park. The Family Park has jumps, bumps, and rollers to practice your skills and is perfect for beginner skiers and snowboarders. Both resorts are known for their world-class ski and snowboard instructors.
Slide Down the Alpine Slide
The Alpine Slide at Magic Mountain is a quarter-mile long cement slide open year-round and is Southern California’s only authentic bobsled experience. Take a scenic chairlift to the top of the mountain and then zip back down on your individually-controlled sled. Choose between the two slides and control your speed as you zip around turns and straights. Riders must be a minimum of 36” inches tall and children between 36” to 48” tall must ride with an adult.
Hiking Big Bear
Explore the mountains surrounding your cabin by hiking one of Big Bear’s many hiking trails. Hiking is one of the most popular activities in Big Bear Valley and is a great activity for all ages.
One of the most notable hikes in the area is the Pacific Crest Trail which takes you through the east and north ends of Big Bear Valley. Other notable hikes include Pine Knot Trail, Cougar Crest Trail, Champion Lodgepole Trail, and the Castle Rock Trail. All of the trails reward you with stunning views of the surrounding mountains and the sparkling waters of Big Bear Lake.
Mountain Biking Around Big Bear
Biking is another popular way to explore the mountains around Big Bear Lake. The Skyline Trail is popular mountain biking trail. The single-track trail runs along the mountains above Big Bear Lake and switchbacks up and down the side of Snow Summit Ski Resort. If you want to rent a mountain bike, there are several bike shops in town that offer daily rentals.