Alpenhorn Bed and Breakfast

Address: 601 Knight Ave., Big Bear Lake, California, 92315-2912, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 601 Knight Ave., Big Bear Lake, is near Moonridge Animal Park, Snow Summit, Alpine Slide at Magic Mountain, and Champion Lodgepole Pine.
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    Travel Blogs from Big Bear Lake

    Mountains and Lakes...

    A travel blog entry by hortonsontour on Jul 31, 2015

    24 photos

    We both woke with a bad headache. Obviously the wine was a strong contributor but Big Bear is seriously high and I remember well the effect of altitude is to dehydrate and to give headaches. A couple of Anadin and a good bacon fry up was enough to reinvigorate, although probably didn't help with the thirst! We lazed around the house for most of the morning. The kids were having a great time and it felt like we’d never been away. We even played a ...

    Papa Smurf and Mountain Mama

    A travel blog entry by cale-and-becca on May 04, 2014

    15 photos

    ... We also learned that same night that our other good trail friend Stryder Wild had called it quits on his PCT experience after 200 miles and was already back home by the time we read his Facebook post informing us of the change. It was quite a shock to lose Cannonball and Stryder on the same day. They are strong 22 and 21 year old kids who all of us out here loved and expected killer performances from. It was a sharp reminder of what Legend had told me not long ...

    Almost Went Over The Fisical (sic) Cliff!

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Jan 02, 2013

    20 photos

    ... After the owner's death, Keys gained possession of the mine as payment for back wages.

    In 1917, Bill Keys filed on an 80 acre homestead under the Homestead Act and began to build a ranch. He soon married Frances May Lawton. The couple had seven children between 1919 and 1931, three of whom died during childhood. Together the Keys family tackled the hardships of isolated desert life. Eventually, the Keys' homestead included a ranch house, store, two ...

    Life Of A Desert Rat

    A travel blog entry by jilnmike on Dec 21, 2012

    8 photos

    ... How do you suppose that they can play golf in that gear?

    We've had some illness and injuries in the family this year. Our daughter has had three surgeries- thyroid, rotator cuff, and two days ago removal of bone spurs in her hip joint. A grandson had bone spurs removed from a toe. Another grandson is recovering from growth plate femur fracture. Our brother in law received a pacemaker. A sister suffers from ongoing bone problems. We wish you all well and God Bless.


    California Dreaming

    A travel blog entry by noah_and_bree on Oct 15, 2011

    25 photos

    ... Valley appears over a hill and we all feel very happy to step out from the car and into the most glorious afternoon. We check into the hotel and spy a park and grocery store in walking distance. So, we dump the bags and hit the park. Elwood is happy and the sunlight is beautiful. We hang out happily in the park for ages, the boys play Fireman Sam and I listen in on other people’s conversations. We are all happy.

    Elwood takes a fall ...