Thursday, October 11, 2012

Falling for Big Bear

Fall has officially arrived in Big Bear. With each season, the weather isn’t the only thing that changes, so does the options of things to do. Come on up, the weather is cooler and the crowds have waned. Visitors to Big Bear are treated to the beauty of autumn colored leaves, brilliant yellow, orange, and red all ablaze and in bloom.
While the lake is still accessible and always a special treat, anglers have recorded record weight catches. If you don’t own a boat you can still rent one from many of Big Bears marinas sprinkled throughout the Big Bear Valley.  If the lake is not on your to do list, maybe you want to enjoy the mountains on horseback.  At Baldwin Lake Stables you can choose from 1 or 2 hour rides as well as half day rides. There’s a variety of terrains to explore on several trails, each with incredible views along the way. Riding by horseback is a peaceful way to discover another side of the Big Bear Valley. 
Another option would be to explore the trails of the Big Bear Valley by foot. Get your hiking boots on and prepare for adventure via foot path.  Become one with nature and declare your independence from the trappings of modern technology by using your own foot power. You may just surprise yourself, hiking just may become an activity you will discover you enjoy and choose to do it more often.
These activity options are just a few to consider. Big Bear Lake has so much to do, see, and explore every season of the year.

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