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Wildlands Preserve Nature Tour
"This tour starts with an 8am or 1pm departure time from Palm Desert. Along the way you will visit the Coachella Valley Preserve the Morongo Preserve and the Whitewater Preserve. Because of the concentration of water each locale offers a unique contrast to surrounding desert environs. Lush plant life wildlife water and fascinating geology are all part of this tour.Your expert guide will talk about the windmills the San Andreas Fault Indian Culture and whatever else strikes your interest. Wear comfy walking shoes as short
From $119.00
 
Wildlands Preserve Nature Tour
"This tour starts with an 8am or 1pm departure time from Palm Desert. Along the way you will visit the Coachella Valley Preserve the Morongo Preserve and the Whitewater Preserve. Because of the concentration of water each locale offers a unique contrast to surrounding desert environs. Lush plant life wildlife water and fascinating geology are all part of this tour.Your expert guide will talk about the windmills the San Andreas Fault Indian Culture and whatever else strikes your interest. Wear comfy walking shoes as short
From $119.00
 
Palm Springs Aerial Tramway
"The world's largest rotating tramcars carry visitors from an elevation of 2643 feet to a Mountain Station located at the 8516-foot level of Mt San Jacinto State Park and Wilderness. It has the steepest vertical cable rise in the U.S. and the second steepest in the world. The Palm Springs Aerial Tramway is truly one of the greatest experiences in Southern California.Wh aside from the breathtaking views of the valley is the change in temperature. At the bottom of the tram route the temperature on the desert floor can reach 120 degrees. Rising up through mountain canyons and chimneys you arrive in an arctic-alpine forest with giant Ponderosa pines. The thrilling vertical ascent gives you views of the Chino Canyon and the San Jacinto Mountains from the front of the car
From $25.00

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Yarn Designers Boutique

Yarn Designers Boutique is a veritable labyrinth of yarn and craft supplies, It may look like a small store but its twists and turns go on for for ever. And they have EVERYTHING, from sewing and...
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Vons, Stater Brothers and Kmart

Stores are 2 - 3 mile drive past Big Bear Village further down Rte. 18. Definitely better then the local "markets" and convenience stores in the Vilage itself. You can pick up Sleds at either the Vons...
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Kitchen N things

Kitchen N things currenlty is loaded with great merchandise. The jam as always is wonderful but the ceramic pieces that just came in are amazing and really well priced. You must see them to...
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Kitchen n' Things

Kitchen n' Things is my favorite shop in Big Bear. This tiny store sells kitchen items and gourmet foods and is always one of the most crowded stores in the village. This might be because they have...
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