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Cities near Big Bear Lake for Backpackers
- 1California, USA8 reviews
There's a lot to do in Big Bear whether it's a snowing or not! Biking, hiking, photography, skiing, fishing, water sports, relaxation.. A great place to head for a long weekend or to rent a cabin.
- 2California, USA
- 3California, USA1 review
A great sightseeing place usually windy and cold but great when there's a heat wave. Excellent view of the city!
- 4California, USA7 reviews
Beautiful, quaint, tranquil. A must place to visit & stay!
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- 10California, USA2 reviews
I never loved you anymore!!!!
- 11California, USA8 reviews
Living in San Diego, Idyllwild is my place to escape to. The town is adorable. The locals friendly. You must hit the center shops (you can't miss it). I find the cutest treasures there. There is one shop...darn it, I don't remember the name. But the shop has the best smelling candles anywhere. Ask them for the Monkey Farts. It's ...
- 12California, USA16 reviews
Funky little town in the Mojave Desert, just on the outskirts of the famed Joshua Tree National Park. One of the main park entrances is located through here, as well as a Visitor's Center offering a wealth of information for explorers heading in. It can be a great place to overnight if you're not up for desert camping, as well ...
- 13California, USA105 reviews
very nice palm trees.. And nice weather going in November, prefect for hiking and also be at the beach. Went to the Renaissance resort and it is free for bike rentals and has a nice golf course (although I don't golf) that was listed the "20 best golf course in californai". will go back to the same hotel again.
- 14California, USA15 reviews
Relaxation to recreation, you can do it all in Palm Desert, or sit back and do nothing at all. From five-star resorts to budget-friendly hotels, world-class golf to incredible art and architecture, Palm Desert is an oasis of excitement in the heart of Southern California’s famed Coachella Valley. However, it's definitely HOT (as deserts should be) during the Summer months. ...
- 15California, USA3 reviews
- 16California, USA15 reviews
Depending on where your at in Riverside is going to be the qution theres a lot of beautful places and then you have your trash! like in just about ever place you may vist..
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- 18California, USA7 reviews
My parents settled into the town of Rancho Cucamonga over 30 years ago and it has changed a lot. Gone are the citrus fields and grape vineyards. In its place are buildings, homes, businesses, and schools. Rancho Cucamonga will be forever immortalized in those Friday movies but it is still the city I grew up in and it has come ...
- 19California, USA3 reviews
Not far from the hubbub of Palm Springs is this desert oasis -- literally. There is absolutely gorgeous hiking through rich desert botanical scenery -- palm trees, dozens of different types of cactus, desert birds, wildflowers in the spring, etc. I came here in February one year and it was 80 degrees, perfect for hiking.
- 20California, USA1 review
I lived in Joshua tree, 29 Plams and Yucca valley for over 20 years it is nice with A lot to do.