Gray's Peak Trial

Gray's Peak Trail is located on the west side of Hwy 38, 0.6 miles west of Fawnskin across from Grout Bay Picnic Area.  CLOSED from November 1st to April 1st for bald eagle wintering habitat protection.  The trail climbs westerly for 0.5 mile and merges with Forest Road 2N04X.  Turning north (right) 2N04X joins Forest Road 2N70 after 0.25 mile (go straight, do not turn left) and continue onto Gray's Peak trail, 200 yards on your left.  From there it is 2.75 miles to the top of Gray's Peak with views of Big Bear Lake and the surrounding valley.

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Gray's Peak Trial - Champion Lodgepole Pine Trail

(1W06): Moderate to Difficult  7 miles Round Trip  (1,000 feet elevation gain) Adventure Parking Pass Required


Do I need an adventure Pass?

Most trailheads, recreation areas, and parking lots in the Big Bear Valley require an adventure pass. Follow Link above for more info about requirements before planning your next hiking or biking trip.


Big Bear Hiking Trails

Big Bear Lake is an outdoor playground.  There are trails for every skill level. Choose from paved & easy to rocky & advanced or anything in between! Take in the picturesque views from our trails throughout the Big Bear Valley while breathing in the crisp mountain air!