What to do in Big Bear Lake for Valentine’s Day | February 13-19, 2012

Valentine’s Day in Big Bear Lake

What’s going on at 7,000 feet this Valentine’s Day?  There are options for everyone – head high for a hike to the rooftop of Big Bear, play a round of golf, enjoy a scenic bike ride, have a blast at the Alpine Slide, ride the chairlift, indulge in a day of pampering at one of our local spas, take a swim or simply kick back and relax with your special someone.

I love snow

Do you want to get a different look at Big Bear mountain? Helicopter Big Bear offers sightseeing flights that are fun, relaxing, romantic and informative.

Take your sweetie to the newest hot spot in Big Bear!  The Black Diamond Tavern is now open, serving your favorite entrees, pizzas, sandwiches, and libations.  Be sure to call ahead for reservations on Valentine’s Day – (909) 366-0871.

Big Bear Lake Weather

Monday, February 13- High 40°, Low 16°

Tuesday, February 14- High 41°, Low 17°

Wednesday, February 15- High 41°, Low 18°

Thursday, February 16- High 47°, Low 20°

Friday, February 17- High 51°, Low 21°

Saturday, February 18- High 43°, Low 17°

Snow is expected later today (2/13), trailing in to tomorrow.  Snow levels may drop to 3500 feet, and 3-6 inches of fresh powder is expected. What a nice Valentine’s Day gift to skiers from Mother Nature!

Happy Valentine’s Day!
-Laura

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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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