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Pine Knot Trail 1E01

Intermediate
 4.5 (18)

This trail leads to Grand View Point, where there are great lake and mountain views at the end.


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Map Key

3.6

Miles

5.7

KM

Point to Point

7,711' 2,350 m

High

6,876' 2,096 m

Low

1,011' 308 m

Up

202' 62 m

Down

6%

Avg Grade (4°)

15%

Max Grade (8°)

Dogs Leashed

Features Fall Colors · Lake · Views · Wildflowers

Family Friendly Really nice views, bird songs, and not very hard terrain make this trail great for youngsters. We were able to carry our daughter over the tougher spots, and she loved it.

Description

This route is one of the nicer trails in the Big Bear Lake area. It starts from a campground and picnic area that is accessible with your car and ends at the Grand View Point overlooking the mountains and the forest. Along the way, you'll be able to get very nice overlooks over the lake itself. Towards the end, there is a small camping area (no water). The path is mostly dirt road. Look out for snakes and bears.

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Shared By:

Alper Akyürek

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  4.5 from 18 votes

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Grand View Point overlooking the mountains and the forest
Nov 30, 2016 near Big Bea…, CA
View of Big Bear Lake from Pine Knot Trail or 1E01.
Nov 10, 2017 near Big Bea…, CA
Panoramic view from Grand View Point
Nov 6, 2017 near Big Bea…, CA

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Adam Bennett
Nov 16, 2019
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Oct 12, 2019
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Oct 8, 2019
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7.7mi — 2h 30m
Sep 7, 2019
Joe Randolph
Jul 27, 2019
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7.6mi — 3h 00m
Jul 22, 2019
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Jun 23, 2019
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