All the Big Bear Lake activities you love: paddle boarding, pontoon boating, sailing, windsurfing, wakeboarding, waterskiing. The list goes on…

Big Bear is Southern California’s preeminent Destination for mountain biking. Not only does Snow Summit Ski Resort have a summer mountain bike park, a chairlift is open from spring fall to carry mountain bikers & hikers to the top. Mountain bikers have a choice of taking the well groomed trails down the ski slopes, or they can ride the world-class Skyline Trail. A professional designed over 15 mile trail running along the ridge of Big Bear’s southern-side mountains.

Featured Biking Trails in Big Bear

Grandview Loop Bike Trail

Consider this trail as “taking the scenic route”, as it is the longest biking trail in the area. Slow, safe, and friendly, the Grandview Loop is a great day activity for the whole family.

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Snow Summit Bike Park

Offering over 60 miles of amazing bike trails, if it’s adventure mountain biking your after look no further than the Snow Summit bike park. Biking at this altitude with these views is unrivaled.

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Grout Bay Loop

Begin with a paved accent from Fawnskin into the mountains. Slowly working through the beautiful woods and past neat campgrounds, the trail eventually lands you right back in Fawnskin.

Trail details

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Big Bear has also become a Destination for road biking. A three-time host to stage race finishes of the pro-rider Tour of California, professional athletes of all kinds love to compete in our high-altitude paradise.
Big Bear also hosts Southern California’s favorite amateur road race and fun ride, the Tour de Big Bear.

The Tour is famous for its aid stations. From bacon & eggs to barbecued ribs, to popsicles & sodas, Big Bear’s local organizations compete to outdo each other for the best aid station.

The W!N Group proudly is the presenting sponsor of this ride, and established everyone’s favorite post-ride beer garden, Pub-33.

Road Biking?

That too.

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