Monday, May 23, 2011
Sunday, April 24, 2011
We changed it up a bit this season, replacing Sugarlump/Bear Peak with Butler Peak. We have been wanted to add Butler Peak for the last few years, but due to the fire restrictions it hasn't been possible. So this year we will add it the schedule and if you haven't been up there yet, then be sure not to miss it, the views from up there are awesome!
We'll get the new punchcard and directions for Butler Peak up in the next few weeks. Check this website and/or the Active Big Bear facebook page for updates and information.
So mark your calenders, here is the 2011 schedule!
#1 Grays Peak- Saturday, May 28th at 8am
#2 Bertha Peak- Saturday, June 11th at 8am
#3 Gold Mtn- Saturday, July 2nd at 8am
#4 Delamar Mtn- Saturday, July 23rd at 8am
#5 Butler Peak- Saturday, August 13th at 8am
#6 Sugarloaf Mtn- Saturday, Sept 3rd at 7am
#7 San Gorgonio Mtn- Saturday, Sept 17th (TBD)
Saturday, April 10, 2010
Hikes start with the easier peaks and progress toward the big kahuna, San Gorgonio. This year we'll keep the same peaks as in 2009. Mark your calendars:
- Bertha Peak - 5/29 - 8:00am
- Grey's Peak - 6/5 - 8:00am
- Gold Mountain - 6/19 - 8:00am
- Delamar Mountain - 7/10 - 8:00am
- Sugarlump / Bear Peak - 7/24 - 8:00am
- Sugarloaf Mountain - 8/7 - 7:00am
- San Gorgonio Mountain - 8/28 - TBA
Saturday, September 26, 2009
The 2009 Seven Summits of Big Bear had its final group hike of the season on Sept 19th, finishing off with the “biggie” San Gorgonio. This year the Seven Summits coordinators Heather and Ted Devito of
On Saturday morning fifteen hikers and one canine loaded up their packs with everything they would need for the overnight trip into the wilderness. The hike started at the
Thanks to everyone who participated in the 2009 Seven Summits of Big Bear and a big congratulations to everyone who did all Seven Summits!
The punches will remain up on all but San Gorgonio for about 4-6 more weeks. It will be posted on the Seven Summits website when the punches are removed for the winter.
Check back here for more information!