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Overall, this was a very nice hike for our family which included three younger children. The drive up to the hike Trailhead took about 15 to 20 minutes and the hike lasted about a mile or so round trip. Much of it is covered by the forest canopy, and the trail was fairly well marked. There were lots of trees... 更多
If you have little hikers, this trail is perfect. It's fairly short (about a mile?) and the payoff is the giant lodgepole pine at the end of the trail. It is HUGE! Pack a picnic and some water.
This is as wooded and lush as Big Bear gets. A very nice hike to a huge Lodgepole pine, "The Champion Lodgepole". Not too long for the kids, either. A must do while you are exploring Big Bear. Very enjoyable.
The hike itself is very short - maybe a mile tops? It's family friendly with lots of large rocks to climb and play on as you make your way to the pine. We actually missed it when we passed it but found it on our way back. The drive the trail feels very long and tricky. Almost like you're driving... 更多
This was an easy hike (1 mile round trip) and great for all ages. The scenery along the way is beautiful, the hike serene. Not many people knew about this place....so it was a pretty private hike! The Champion pine was dicovered in 1963; it soars to 110+ feet, and the base is 36 feet in circumference! They say the... 更多
Champion Lodgepole has mostly great reviews on TripAdvisor which is questionable. The trail itself is fairly short and easy. We did not find it particularly beautiful or with great views. However, it is good for little kids. However, you spend more time getting to this trail than actually hiking it. I would suggest doing two trails together - this one... 更多