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Alpine Pedal Path, CA

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Distance One Way 2.5 miles
Trailhead Elevation 6,759 feet
Elevation Gain 38 feet
Accumulated Gain 111 feet
Kokopelli Seeds 2.87
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PCT C - Cougar Crest - Alpine Pedal Path
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author avatar Guides 16,879
Routes 15,958
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Trips 1 ( 6 miles )
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Preferred   May, Oct, Sep, Apr
Sun  6:27am - 5:36pm
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1 Alternative
Nearby Area Water
The Woodland Trail - 1E23
0.3 mi away
1.7 mi
297 ft
Nature Discovery Trail - 1E51
Nature Discovery Trail - 1E51
1.2 mi away
0.5 mi
76 ft
Cougar Crest Trail - 1E22
Cougar Crest Trail - 1E22
1.5 mi away
2.4 mi
824 ft
Fern Trail 1E31
Fern Trail 1E31
1.8 mi away
1.2 mi
388 ft
Towne Trail - 1E27
Towne Trail - 1E27
2.1 mi away
1.0 mi
114 ft
Bristlecone Trail 1E32
Bristlecone Trail 1E32
2.1 mi away
0.6 mi
28 ft
Pineknot Trail - 1E01
3.0 mi away
3.6 mi
1,151 ft
Pirates Trail 1E29
Pirates Trail 1E29
3.0 mi away
0.7 mi
192 ft
Skyline Trail - 1E12
Skyline Trail - 1E12
3.0 mi away
8.8 mi
1,097 ft
Grays Peak Trail - 1W06
3.6 mi away
7.0 mi
1,277 ft
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This asphalt path meanders along the sparkling north shore of Big Bear Lake from Stanfield Cutoff to the Solar Observatory and Serrano Campground. Although not flat by any means, its’ ups and downs are fairly gentle. In the fall of 1998 the path was extended and includes a pedestrian tunnel under Hwy 38 to the Cougar Crest Trail parking lot. The new extension continues east 0.6 of a mile and connects with the Big Bear Discovery Center.

Hikers can find water, restrooms and expert advice on all varieties of recreation in the San Bernardino National Forest at the Discovery Center. Seasonal parking is also available at Juniper Point Picnic Area and Meadow’s Edge Picnic Area with an Adventure Pass or Interagency Pass.

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