Alpine Pedal Path

Alpine Pedal Path

The Alpine Pedal Path is located along the north shore of Big Bear Lake. Starting from the Stanfield Cutoff and stretching westward just beyond the Solar Observatory, this path is not only a delight for hikers, skaters, and joggers, but also welcomes those with strollers and wheelchairs, ensuring everyone can enjoy the scenic views. Along this route, you’ll pass through a pedestrian tunnel under Highway 38, North Shore Drive, leading you to the Cougar Crest Trailhead parking lot. From there, the path extends an additional 0.6 miles eastward, connecting you to the Big Bear Discovery Center.

One of the most special aspects of the Alpine Pedal Path is the opportunity it provides to observe visiting eagles. The San Bernardino Mountains are home to the largest wintering bald eagle population in Southern California. These majestic birds typically start arriving in late November and grace the area until early April. It’s a gentle reminder of nature’s wonders as you stroll or pedal along. And don’t forget, this path is dog-friendly, so bring your furry friend along to share in the adventure. Enjoy the natural beauty, the wildlife, and the friendly atmosphere of this beautiful path.

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