PACIFIC CREST NATIONAL SCENIC TRAIL PC2000: 39 miles; easy walk. May be accessed from various points in the district.
FISHERMAN’S CAMP TRAIL 2W07: 2.5 miles; moderately difficult. It begins 1.3 miles west of Crab Flats campground on FS road 3N34, and ends at Deep Creek.
SEELEY CREEK TRAIL 4W07: One mile; easy walk. It begins 1/4-mile south of the Camp Seeley entrance (Hwy. 138) on FS road 2N03.
HOT SPRINGS TRAIL 3W02: 1.5 miles; difficult. It begins one mile south of Bowen Ranch near Hesperia.
NORTH SHORE RECREATION TRAIL 3W12: 1.7 miles; moderately difficult. It begins at North Shore campground on Hospital Road in Lake Arrowhead.
LITTLE GREEN VALLEY TRAIL 2W10: 1.5 miles; difficult. It begins on Hwy.18, across from Snow Valley.
HEAPS PEAK ARBORETUM TRAIL 3W05: Seven-tenths of a mile; easy walk. It begins 2 miles east of Sky Forest on Hwy. 18.
TRAIL OF THE PHOENIX 2W09: One-half mile; easy walk. It begins at the entrance of the Children’s Forest on Keller Peak Road.
INDIAN ROCK TRAIL 3W15: One-half mile; easy walk. It begins at the Rock Camp Fire Station on Hwy. 173.
PINNACLES TRAIL 3W16: 3.5 miles; difficult. It begins at the entrance to the Rifle Range on Hwy. 173, north of Rock Camp. Very steep.
TUNNEL II TRAIL 3W19: One mile; easy trail. It begins at FS road 2N34. Take Grass Valley Road to Clubhouse. Follow Clubhouse to Fairway. Continue on Fairway, turning right on Brentwood. Turn left on Sonoma to 2N34. Go left on 2N34, follow to trailhead.
CHAMPION LODGEPOLE PINE TRAIL: .3 mile; easy walk. This trail begins at the end of Forest Service Road 2N10 and terminates at the Champion Lodgepole Pine
SIBERIA CREEK TRAIL: 7 miles; very difficult. Altitude drop of 3,000 ft. This trail begins at the end of the Lodgepole Trail. It can be reached by using the Lodgepole Pine Trail or the Bluff Mesa Trail and terminates at Bear Creek near the Siberia Creek Group Camp. Hike to Gunsight Rock formation. Only experts should proceed since trail is too steep for maintenance.
CAMP CREEK NATIONAL RECREATION TRAIL: 3.6 miles; difficult. This trail begins approximately one mile east of Snow Valley Ski Resort and terminates at Bear Creek. It is a very steep trail with an elevation change of 2,000 feet.
BLUFF MESA TRAIL: .4 mile; easy walk. This trail starts at the Champion Lodgepole Pine and terminates at Bluff Mesa Group Camp. Easy hike for families.
CASTLE ROCK TRAIL: .8 mile; moderate to difficult. Access from Highway 18, about one mile east of the Big Bear Lake Dam. Rich in scenery.
GLORY RIDGE TRAIL: 1 mile; very difficult. This old fisherman’s trail begins at the end of Forest Service Road 2N15 and goes to Bear Creek. Very steep.
PINEKNOT TRAIL: 3 miles; moderately difficult. Begins at the northeast corner of the Aspen Glen Picnic Area and terminates at the Converse Fire Station.
SUGARLOAF NATIONAL RECREATION TRAIL: 5 miles; difficult. This trail begins at a point where Green Canyon Creek crosses Forest Service Road 2N93 at around 7,600 foot elevation and proceeds to the summit of Sugarloaf Mountain, 10,000 feet in elevation. Steep in some places.
COUGAR CREST TRAIL: 2 miles; moderately difficult. Go .6 mile west on Highway 38 from the Discovery Center to the parking area off the highway. This trail connects with the Pacific Crest Trail west of Bertha Peak.
WOODLAND TRAIL: 1.5 miles; easy loop. This is a nature trail with 20 interpretive markers. Parking for access is .8 mile east of the Big Bear Discovery Center, across the highway from the MWD East Launch Boat Ramp.
GRAYS CREEK TRAIL: 3.5 miles; easy to moderate. Trailhead is located on the west side of Highway 38 in the Grout Bay Picnic Area. Closed for wintering eagles from approximately November 1 to April 1.