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Hiking & Walking: California > Shasta-Trinity National Forests > Weaverville Ranger District

Quick Facts

Bear Lakes Trail

Difficulty: Difficult
Elevation: Varies
Length: 5 Miles (8.33 Kilometers)

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General Description

GENERAL INFORMATION: This isolated group of lakes offers moderate seclusion but spectacular views. The five mile trail to Big Bear Lake is steep and exposed. A cross-country day hike to Little and Wee Bear Lakes takes the easterly ridge leading away from the mouth of Big Bear, then contours around to these lakes.

Directions from Weaverville: The Weaverville Ranger District office is located along Main Street in Weaverville, California. Maps and information available.

Seasonal Information:
Normally Open: Mid-Spring through Mid-Fall .

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Visitor Information:

Weaverville Ranger District, P.O. Box 1190, 210 Main Street , Weaverville, CA, 96093, Phone: 530-623-2121, TTY: 530-623-2124


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