Big Bear & the Perfect Winter Weekend

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My family went all-in with a group of friends to rent a large cabin up in Big Bear Lakes for the weekend. We were all nervous during the days leading up to our planned trip because the El Nino weather that the Los Angelenos keep hearing about has yet to deliver its torrential rains and cold weather to Southern California.

Guess what? The rain arrived, which meant that the higher elevations of the mountains collected a fresh powder of snow in the evening. That dusting of at least 5 inches of snow, plus an overcast sky the following day, meant we were gifted with perfect weather for snow fort building, sled riding and snow ball fights.

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Did I also mention that we did not have to leave the premises? Our lodging had ample space for all of us to enjoy the snow within a stone’s throw of our cabin. Easy & fun for all!

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Adventure Lodge
657 Modoc Drive
Big Bear Lake, CA 92315
(909) 866-2532
https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/2895210?checkin=08%2F05%2F2014&checkout=08%2F07%2F2014&guests=16&s=YHqv

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