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Alpine Pedal Path

Alpine Pedal Path
Dog-Friendly Parks
Hwy 38
Big Bear Lake,

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This path is mostly paved and is about a 4-5 mile round trip. Throughout most of the path, there are various access points to the lake and various beaches. The beginning of the path is located off of the Stanfield Cutoff (bridge over Big Bear Lake, close to the village). For easier access, (going away from the village), take the Stanfield Cutoff to the other side of the lake and turn left onto Hwy 38. In about 1/4 - 1/2 mile, parking will be on the left.

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