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Always carry chains for travel during winter month
There are three routes to and from Big Bear. 18-330 front gra
de, 38 over onyx & 18 to Lucerne Valley.
Areas of Black Ice on roadways  “Be Aware, Drive With Care, Lock it on 93.3 THE BEAR”

 State Route 18 (Big Bear Lake to Running Springs)
Open – No Chains Required – R0

State Route 330 (Highland to Running Springs)
Open – No Chains Required – R0

State Route 38 (Big Bear City to Redlands)
Open – No Chains Required – R0

State Route 18 (Big Bear City to Lucerne Valley)
Open – No Chains Required – R0

Other Highways in the Big Bear Valley
Big Bear Blvd – No Chains Required – R0 

SNOW PLAY ON OR NEAR ROADWAYS IS VERY DANGEROUS – DON’T DO IT! – DON’T RISK IT!


Always carry chains for travel during winter months.

Caltrans Chain Control Requirement Levels:

R-0: No Restrictions
R-1: Chains or snow tread tires required. Snow tires must have a tread depth of 6/32″ with an M&S imprint on the tire’s sidewall.
R-2: Chains required on all vehicles, except four-wheel drives or all-wheel drives with snow tread tires on all four wheels. Four-wheel drives must carry chains in the vehicle. If you have four-wheel drive, engage it. Use 4-Low only if your vehicle becomes stuck.
R-3: Chains required on all vehicles, no exceptions.

IT’S THE LAW: Carry tire chains at all times during winter travel in the mountains!

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Big Bear Area Road Conditions