At the July 17th meeting of the Bear Valley Unified School District, the Governing Board unanimously agreed to approve a resolution to donate 213 acres of real property to the Bear Valley Unified School District Education Foundation, an independent, non-profit 501c3 organization. The plot of land, which runs adjacent to Big Bear High School, was donated to the school district … [Read more...] about Big Bear School District Transfers Land to their Education Foundation
Big Bear, Ca, January 2, 2012 - This Saturday, celebrate the great outdoors at Winter Trails Day at the Big Bear Discovery Center. Local organizations, the Big Bear Valley Trails Foundation, Open Air Big Bear, City of Big Bear Lake, Rim Nordic, North Shore Trading Co, and the San Gorgonio Wilderness Association will partner with the National Forest Association and REI to host … [Read more...] about Winter Trails Day: Enjoy the Wilderness in the Winter!
Big Bear, Ca, November 15, 2011, 12:00pm - Earlier this year the City of Big Bear Lake was awarded a grant from Cal Trans to develop a Master Plan of Trails for pedestrian, bicycle, and equestrian trails on the valley floor. Siri Eggebraten, city planner responsible for the grant, will be presenting on the Master Plan of Trails process at the Planning Commission meeting, which … [Read more...] about Master Plan of Trails Process Discussed at Planning Commission
Big Bear, Ca, August 22, 2011, 1:00pm - On Saturday, August 20th the US Forest Service held a public meeting at the intersection of fire roads 2n10 and 2n06 to discuss the Skyline trail. Skyline is a trail that has been proposed by the Big Bear Valley Trails Foundation that would go along the south ridge of the Big Bear Valley, allowing for an alternative to fire road 2n10 for … [Read more...] about Bike Riders Speak In Favor Of Skyline Trail
Big Bear, Ca, August 16, 2011, 12:00pm - The Big Bear Valley Trails Foundation is in the process of working with the Forest Service to get a new trail approved. The proposed trail known as Skyline would span from east to west along the south ridge of the Big Bear Valley, and would provide hikers, cyclists and equestrians with a safe alternative to fire roads such as 2n10 that … [Read more...] about One Step Closer For Skyline Trail: Public Input Sought