Rattlesnake Canyon Trail

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Rattlesnake Canyon Trail
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Trail Information
Other Names: 2N02, Burns Canyon and Rattlesnake Canyon Trail
Part of: Big Bear, San Bernardino National Forest
Trail Length: 18.3 miles
Trail Time: 3 hours
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Geography
County: San Bernardino County, California
Nearest Cities: Big Bear City, CA
Map Links: Google Map Yahoo Map
Satellite Map: Google Satellite
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GPS Start: N34 16.77 W116 47.78
GPS End: N34 11.88 W116 32.71
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Elevation: 4,300 to 7,000 feet

The Rattlesnake Canyon Trail emerges out of the Burns Canyon Trail in Big Bear. On this trail you find a shelf road which passes along the Rattle Snake Canyon and where the surface is rocky yet firm. You can pass easily through this section.

For the campers, there are some good spots between Rattlesnake Canyon and Rose Mine midway by the trail. There are many tailing heaps and stone foundations of the mill along the place.

This trail moves along forest road 2N02 to the north towards Big Bear Lake. You will encounter Arrastre Creek along the way which is shallow enough to cross. The end of this trail is at the Baldwin Lake Road, 4 miles east of Big Bear Park.

Maps and GPS Coordinates

Rattlesnake Canyon Trail Coordinates: 34.288055° -116.805° Coordinates: 34.288055° -116.805°

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