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Between Hemet and Mountain Creek, on the way to Palm Desert on Route 74, we passed thru a section where the fire came through in the summer of 2018. It is a stark scene of a barren landscape that I was unprepared to witness. Everything...More
I know its probably not as "fancy" as some other forests, but its my local recreational forest and I enjoy it all the same. Theres a wide variety of landscapes to enjoy, desert, trees, scrub brush, rivers, all kinds and varieties. I always enjoy getting...More
I have fond memories of camping here with the family as a kid, so, when we needed a last-minute campsite on a late-Spring weekend and newer choices were all full-up, I decided to resurrect old memories and give Heart Bar a try. It was great...More
Hike to Forest Falls was absolutely amazing. There is plenty of parking but always come early to get a good spot. Restrooms are available in the picnic area. Creek crossing and rock hopping and scrambling here is great with kids. Being able to see the...More
We took the Scenic Highway 38 out of Big Bear Lake. Lovely views of the mountains. Lots of hiking opportunities. There were some restrooms along the way. Whether you have a couple of hours or all day to explore, you can make it work.
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There are weather websites that have snow cover maps that you can see where there is snow. Try googling snow cover map. I just did, and it looked like there was very little in the SB Mountains. You might be able to get... More
There are weather websites that have snow cover maps that you can see where there is snow. Try googling snow cover map. I just did, and it looked like there was very little in the SB Mountains. You might be able to get webcam data from nearby DOT locations or possibly resorts as well. Find nearby ski places if there are any and see if they are making snow, that would indicate the natural snow levels are diminishing/gone.