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John Bull Trail - Review
GPS Coordinates: N/A
Location:  North/Northeast of Big Bear Lake
Difficult Rating:  Difficult.  Large boulders and steep climbs.  Lockers and very high ground clearance required.  Not for Stock SUVs.
Features:  Considered the toughest trail in the Big Bear area.  The toughest part is fairly short.  You can hike a short distance for views of Lucerne Valley.  Forrest adventure pass required.
Time and Distance:  Total trip is 6.7 miles.  Difficult portion is 2.2 miles.  Allow 2-4 hours for well equipped vehicles.
To Get There:  From highway 18 east of Big Bear Lake, follow signs to Big Bear Landfill, heading northwest from mile post 58.  Turn left before the substation and follow F.S. 3N16 uphill 2.2 miles to F.S. 3N02 on the right.  You can also drive the Gold Mountain Trail first, then turn left on 3N16 and go .9 miles to 3N02.
Return Trip:  Go east .2 miles on 3N16.  Turn right on larger Holcomb Valley Road 2N09.  Bear left in 2.4 miles when 2N09 becomes Poligue Road.
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