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San Bernardino National Forest N F Bear Mountain Ski Resort Expansion Big Bear Lake

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Day Trips From Los Angeles

Author : Laura Kath
ISBN : 9780762767168
Genre : Travel
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Day Trips® from Los Angeles is packed with hundreds of exciting things for locals and vacationers to do, see, and discover not far from Los Angeles, California. Los Angeles County has 9.8 million residents, and more than 60% of all visitors to Santa Barbara—a big part of this book—are from Los Angeles County! Trips are listed geographically, starting closest to downtown Los Angeles and radiating outward. Despite Southern California's car-crazy reputation, this guide includes car-free options where applicable. * Do something star-studded: Explore Hollywood, Burbank, and Universal City & Universal Studios. * Do something sunny: Visit Malibu, twenty-three miles of sun, sand, and surf; Santa Catalina Island, a world away twenty-six miles out to sea; or Marina Del Rey/Venice Beach, quintessential So Cal. * Do something kid-approved: Get a taste of Buena Park/Knott's Berry Farm, or visit the Happiest Place on Planet Southern California, Anaheim/Disneyland.


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Big Bear

Author : Russell L. Keller
ISBN : 9781439620755
Genre : Travel
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Big Bear is known throughout the southland of California as an outdoor recreational destination. Located high atop the San Bernardino Mountains, the area was once home to the Yuhaviatam Indians, the “People of the Pines.” In 1845, a party lead by Benjamin Davis Wilson, the grandfather of Gen. George S. Patton, entered the valley and discovered the area alive with grizzly bears, giving the valley its name. A dam, completed in 1884, created Big Bear Lake, which provided water to citrus growers in the area of Redlands and later lead to the water-related recreations, camps, resorts, and the welcoming community that Big Bear is famous for today.

Fodor S Southern California 2013

Author : Fodor's
ISBN : 9780891419273
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Beautiful beaches, perfect weather, movie-star glamour...there are so many reasons to visit Southern California that deciding where to go and what to do can be a bit overwhelming. Fodor's Southern California 2013 takes the guesswork out of choosing the perfect SoCal experiences—from picking the perfect Santa Barbara bistro to finding the best studio tour in Hollywood. This guide is filled with advice and tips from our team of local writers, making it as indispensable as a tube of SPF 30. Competitive Advantage: The only annually updated guidebook to Southern California. Discerning Recommendations: Fodor’s Southern California offers savvy advice and recommendations from local writers to help travelers make the most of their time. Fodor’s Choice designates our best picks, from hotels to nightlife. “Word of Mouth” quotes from fellow travelers provide valuable insights. TripAdvisor Reviews: Our experts’ hotel selections are reinforced by the latest customer feedback from TripAdvisor. Travelers can book their California stay with confidence, as only the best properties make the cut.

Bear Mountain

Author : Mick Webb
ISBN : 9781783560820
Genre : Nature
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In the Pyrenees, contact between man and bear is rare. There are just over twenty brown bears roaming the vast mountain range. But for centuries, bears have loomed large in folklore and tradition, represented in cave paintings and both revered and feared in today’s annual festivals. ‘Bear Mountain’ is a journey into man’s relationship with bears and the hold these animals have on our imaginations. However, bears are not viewed with universal affection. Efforts to replenish the brown bear population have been met with violent protests. Pyrenean farmers, fighting to sustain a traditional way of life long-since rendered uneconomical, view the bears as scapegoats for their troubles. Caught in midst of angry battles as change and modernity sweep through local communities, the bears are decried, victimised and hunted. Set amidst the Pyrenean peaks, ‘Bear Mountain’ is a beautifully written documentary account of the author’s search for an elusive brown bear named Balou. From tracking bears with the Bear Team, witnessing the madcap fetes in the bears’ honour and exploring the history of man and bear, ‘Bear Mountain’ scours the emotional response that bears inspire and takes us close to the heart of our connection to the natural world.

On Bear Mountain

Author : Deborah Smith
ISBN : 9781935661436
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Dirt-poor, sensitive as poets, and proud as kings, the Powell family has lived on a Georgia mountaintop for generations. Then, during the 1960's, young Ursula Powell's father convinces the Tiber family, owners everything in nearby Tiberville, to commission a huge iron sculpture of a bear for the town. Decades later the strange sculpture - rejected by the townspeople and left to rust on the Powell farm - symbolizes a family's failure and thwarted dreams. But, unknown to Ursula, it is now worth such a huge fortune that the artist's embittered son, Quentin Ricconni, is coming to reclaim it . . . and to change everything Ursula believes about the past, the choices that break a heart, and the redeeming powers of art and love.

Bear Mountain

Author : Ronnie Clark Coffey
ISBN : 9781439620380
Genre : Photography
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Bear Mountain, once home to Native Americans and early settlers, had evolved by the 20th century into one of the nation’s most outstanding public parks. Threatened by quarrying operations and the relocation of Sing Sing Prison, this integral section of the Hudson Highlands was saved by the combined efforts of local citizens and the Palisades Interstate Park Commission. Graced by a deep, picturesque lake at the foot of the mountain and accessible by riverboat, train, and automobile, Bear Mountain State Park became a playground for New York City residents. Visionary park management enabled the park to expand, encompassing nature exhibits, a zoo, camps, and restaurants. It continues to be a year-round recreation center featuring hiking, boating, swimming, and cross-country skiing.

Letter From The Secretary Of The Treasury Transmitting Report Upon The Mineral Resources Of The States And Territories West Of The Rocky Mountains

Author : United States. Dept. of the Treasury. Office of the Secretary
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Walking The Hudson From The Battery To Bear Mountain Second Edition

Author : Cy A Adler
ISBN : 9781581578126
Genre : Travel
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“Reveals the beauty and wonder of one of America’s most familiar yet least appreciated waterways and shorelines.”—Ruth Messinger, former Manhattan borough president Cy Adler authored the first complete guide to walking from the southern tip of Manhattan at Battery Park all the way up to Bear Mountain near West Point. With all the new changes to the West Side of Manhattan since that guide was published, Walking the Hudson, the new and fully revised guide to this fabulous route, will be much appreciated by walkers, history buffs, and anyone who wants to experience this great area up close and under their own power. The route is nicely broken into segments of 2–9 miles each so one can walk as little or as much of the route as desired at a time. The average walker can finish the entire route in two to four days.

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