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Winter Trails Day 2018

National Winter Trails Day January 13, 2018 Big Bear Discovery Center Fawnskin, CA . . . The Southern California Mountains Foundation will host its 7th Annual Southern California Winter Trails Day on January 13, 2018 from 10am to 2pm at the Big Bear Discovery Center.  Winter Trails Day is a national event that offers those new to snow sports an opportunity to try winter activities, such as snowshoeing, for FREE.  Smokey Bear will also be making an appearance. A 30-minute introduction to snowshoeing will be hosted every hour starting at 10:30 a.m.  Registration will be available at 10 a.m. limited to 20 people per demo.  Snowshoes will be provided.  (This activity is dependent on snow, so….Think Snow!) “Strap on a pair of snowshoes and you'll quickly see why snowshoeing has become one of the fastest-growing winter sports,” said Wendy Craig, Discovery Center Manager. “If you can walk, you can snowshoe. People…
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Winter Trails Day 2017

Two feet of snow turned Big Bear into a winter wonderland last week, just in time for the 6th annual Winter Trails Day at the Big Bear Discovery Center on Saturday, January 14. Winter Trails Day is a national event dedicated to promoting winter sports such as snowshoeing and cross country skiing. Here in Big Bear, the event was a roaring success with around 1,500 members of the public attending – many from the local SoCal area, but also from as far afield as New England and Texas. The day was a mix of outdoor activities to take advantage of the fresh snow, and cozy indoor happenings fueled by hot cocoa and fresh coffee. Children enjoyed recyclable nature crafts and StoryTime with Discovery Center staff and volunteers, while adults and families alike could choose from a range of activities including snowshoeing, nature walks and good old-fashioned snowman building. Visitors learned to…
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