San Bernardino
National Forest

The San Bernardino National Forest is a United States National Forest in Southern California encompassing 823,816 acres (3,333.87 km2) of which 677,982 acres (2,743.70 km2) are federal. The forest is made up of two main divisions, the San Bernardino Mountains on the easternmost of the Transverse Ranges, and the San Jacinto and Santa Rosa Mountains on the northernmost of the Peninsular Ranges. Elev…
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Historic Trade Routes Connecting the Southwest
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2,659 Mile Long Trail from Mexico to Canada
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Amidst the famous summits of the Los Angeles basin stands the oft-overlooked San…
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In just about every account of hiking at Mt. San Jacinto, there is always a ment…
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The fact that San Gorgonio Mountain is the tallest peak in Southern California (…
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In June of 2015, the Lake Fire burned its way through thousands of acres of fore…
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As we have witnessed more and more over the past few decades, Southern Californi…
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Tahquitz Peak, sometimes known simply as "Tahquitz," is a prominent peak crownin…
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A 6+ mile partial loop on a mostly-gently graded trail just south of Big Bear La…
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Like the nearby Ernie Maxwell Trail, the trails of Idyllwild County Park offer t…
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Mt. San Jacinto towers above Palm Springs and the desert, across the Banning Pas…
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Located northeast of Big Bear Lake, Silver Peak is a long drive for most L.A. hi…
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Though it’s relatively close to civilization as the crow flies, the Mountain Hom…
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The San Bernardino Mountains, northeast of San Bernardino in south California - …
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San Bernardino Peak’s triangular shape is recognizable throughout the Inland Emp…
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The highest point in Southern California is the summit of San Gorgonio, "Old Gre…
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Third Stream Falls Location: Eastern end of the San Gabriel Mountains near the t…
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Rising 8,535 feet above sea level, Butler Peak is home of one of seven fire look…
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