This Week in Big Bear | October 17 – 23, 2011

Weather in Big BearThe weather this week is going to be gorgeous in the Big Bear Valley. Now’s the time to hike one of the many trails that show off the beauty of the valley, such as the Interpretive Woodland trail.  If you go, check out the informative guide at the trailhead. There you’ll find descriptions and markers along the trail of twenty different flora indigenous to Big Bear Lake.

Big Bear Lake Weather

Monday, October 17- High 74°, Low 38°

Tuesday, October 18- High 73°, Low 35°

Wednesday, October 19- High 68°, Low 33°

Thursday, October 20- High 69°, Low 34°

Friday, October 21- High 68°, Low 34°

Saturday, October 22- High 68°, Low 34°

Sunday, October 23- High 68°, Low 34°

What to do this week in Big Bear

Hike the Woodland Trail

Before the snow flies and the skiing season sets in take advantage of the few remaining beautiful days to hike the Woodland Trail. The trail is an approximately 1 ½ mile loop that features moderately steep terrain on a well maintained trail. The trail is stroller, bike, and wheelchair friendly so that everyone can enjoy.

Our General Manager, Roger took these photos this weekend – thanks Roger! Visit the Big Bear Discovery Center for more information on the Woodland Interpretive Trail and other family friendly trails in Big Bear.

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Big Bear Haunted House

Panic in the Park Haunted House 2011 is opening this weekend at the Meadow Park Gym. October 21-22, and 28-30th from 6-9pm the ghouls and ghosts of Big Bear will be happy to scare the daylights out of you! The cost is $5.00 per person.

Big Bear Oktoberfest

There are only two more weekends to go to visit the 41st Annual Oktoberfest at the Big Bear Lake Convention Center.   If you are visiting Big Bear during this event you definitely do not want to miss it!

Did we miss anything? What events are you attending this week?

Laura

About bigbearfrontier

Nestled among the giant pines, our comfortably shaded resort stretches from Big Bear Boulevard to the water’s edge of the lake. We have everything from jacuzzis to fireplaces with views of Big Bear Lake.
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