When you visit Big Bear Lake, you will find a variety of ways to get yourself around the area. Spend some time getting to know the area when you hop on a ride aboard the Big Bear Trolley. This exciting trolley is just like any other trolley in a major hub and will take you around the area in thrilling fashion. Best of all, riding aboard the Big Bear Trolley is absolutely free. Take a look at how you can enjoy riding the Big Bear Trolley during your next visit:
The Big Bear Trolley is sponsored by Mountain Transit and is a convenient and reliable way to get around Big Bear. Riding about the Big Bear Trolley not only offers an exciting service but helps with the traffic congestion that Big Bear can experience during the summer and winter months of the year. By using the Big Bear Trolley, you can enjoy a free navigation service and forget about fighting for a parking spot in downtown. The Big Bear Trolley offers three different routes that can help you access many parts of the city including restaurants, retail shops, ski resorts, markets, and so much more. Each route takes you to where you want to go.
The first trolley line is the Blue Line that runs from 6:07 AM to 8:37 PM each day. Many of the stops along the Blue Line include Veterans Park, Holloways Marina, and Willow Landing Rd. The Blue Line returns to every stop every half an hour.
The Red Line is the second trolley service that runs from 6:30 AM to 8:50 PM. This popular trolley line takes you to essential stops such as the Big Bear Airport, Big Bear Lake Convention Center, and several of the ski resorts in the area. The line also stops by many of the supermarkets in town too.
Another important trolley service is the Gold Line that runs from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM each day. Important stops along this route include Summit Plaza and Bear Valley Community Hospital.
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