Off-Roading in Big Bear: Off-Road Tours and Trails

Off-Roading in Big Bear: Off-Road Tours and Trails

Off-Roading in Big Bear: Off-Road Tours and Trails

29 Aug 2022
Off-roading in Big Bear, California

Off-roading is a fantastic way to explore the outdoors while getting some fresh air. There are several off-road routes in and around Big Bear Lake that are suitable for all skill levels. Whether you’re a novice or an experienced off-roader, There are plenty of options for you to choose from!

Big Bear Jeep Experience

Big Bear Jeep Experience has the ideal off-roading excursion for everyone, whether you’re a first-time off-roader or an expert trailblazer. They have something for everyone, with numerous different tours to select from ranging in difficulty from easy to extreme. Their guides are some of the best in the industry – they know the routes like the backs of their hands and will make certain that you have a safe and enjoyable experience.

Big Bear Off-Road Experience, Inc

Those passionate about off-roading will treasure the tours from Big Bear Off-Road Experience, Inc. They provide diverse tours, each with its own scenery and set of challenges. Their guides are skilled and can guarantee you’ll enjoy yourself immensely.

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Big Bear Off-Road Trails

If you’re looking for an adventure in the great outdoors, check out these off-road trails in Big Bear!

Big Pine Flat Trail

The 26.5-mile long Big Pine Flat Trail is a mostly dirt road that can fit two cars side-by-side, but be aware that some sections may only allow for one car to pass through. You’ll also have to cross a creek at some point, but it’s shallow enough that you won’t get wet (and trust me, the views are worth stopping for).

Burns and Rattlesnake Canyons Trail

For experienced users, the Burns and Rattlesnake Canyons Trail will be especially gratifying; only high clearance four-wheel drive vehicles are recommended due to how sandy and rocky the trail is. And remember–those views are worth it!

Dishpan Springs Trail

If you’re a novice driver, we recommend avoiding this Big Bear off-road trail. The climbs are much too steep, and it’s difficult to navigate the giant boulders, deep ruts, and pools of water. However, if you have extensive experience driving off-road vehicles, then you’ll love the challenge!

Come Stay with Meredith Lodging!

After a long day of off-roading, you’ll need a place to relax and recharge. Meredith Lodging has the Big Bear vacation rental you need – cozy cabins in the woods, complete with all the amenities you need to feel right at home. Book your stay today!

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