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Bear Valley is a small community in Alpine County, California in the United States of America. It has a population of around 130.
California State Route 4 is the only road leading to Bear Valley. SR 4 comes from Markleeville to the north-east and Angels Camp to the south-west.
- 1 Bear Valley Mountain Resort, Highway 4 at Highway 207, ☏ +1 209 753-2301, fax: +1 209 753-6421, email@example.com. Winter and summer sports: skiing, snowboarding, biking, hiking, etc.
- Bear Valley Music Festival, ☏ +1 209 753-2574, fax: +1 209 753-2576, firstname.lastname@example.org. first two weeks in August. 12 musical events and numerous community events, including BBQs and a Teddy Bear Picnic. $12-70 for individual events, $79-$465 for the entire series.
- Bear Valley Adventure Sports Festival, ☏ +1 209 753-6556, fax: +1 209 753-2313. Third weekend of August. A celebration of outdoors sports such as mountain biking and rock climbing. $10-$50.
- 1 Creekside Dining Room, 3 Bear Valley Rd, ☏ +1 209 753-2325. Tu-Su: 5PM-9PM. Fine dining
- 2 Lake Alpine Resort Restaurant, 4000 Highway 4, ☏ +1 209 753-6350. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner
- Grizzly Lounge & Bar, 3 Bear Valley Rd. 4PM-Closing.
- Headwaters Coffee House, ☏ +1 209 753-2708.
- Bear Valley Lodge, 3 Bear Valley Rd, ☏ +1 209 753-2325, fax: +1 209 753-6218, email@example.com. Check-in: 4PM, check-out: 11AM (Late check-out upon request and availability). Pets are not allowed. Summer: $85-$165 Winter/holidays: $110-$275.
- Lake Alpine Lodge, 4000 Highway 4, ☏ +1 209 753-6350. Cabins and tent cabins.
- Mountain Adventure Seminars. Outdoor adventure school and guide service. Courses offered range from rock climbing to mountaineering to skiing to safety and rescue.
- 1 Arnold - Arnold is a tiny town that offers supplies, restaurants and lodging for visitors to the giant sequoia groves of neighboring Calaveras Big Trees State Park. The town is also the starting point for the Ebbetts Pass National Scenic Byway, a 61 miles (98 km) stretch of Highways 4 and 89 that leads through incredible mountain scenery as it crosses over 8,736 feet (2,663 m) Ebbetts Pass, one of the Sierra's least-traveled mountain passes. Additionally, Arnold is home to a 7 acres (2.8 ha) logging museum that has indoor and outdoor exhibits of large logging equipment and artifacts.
|Routes through Bear Valley|
|Stockton ← Arnold ←||W E||→ Markleeville → Ends at|