Amangela's Sandwich & Bagel House
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Great place to grab a sandwich. Get the turkey pesto on garlic/basil freshly baked bread.
Family-owned, counter-serve nook with breakfast & lunch, plus build-your-own sandwiches & salads. Gluten-free bread available for sandwiches. Currently take-out only.
A locals favorite! Soups and Sandwiches, smoothies coffee, and bagels galore! There is something for everyone. Vegan friendly.
I would recommend this spot for lunch and enjoy their sandwich and soup combo they have the best home baked bread. This must go on your must try list for local restaurants in Big Bear.
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“Nestled in the heart of the San Bernardino National Forest, Action Tours is your premier destination for adventure in Southern California! Get outdoors and experience the beautiful mountains and forests. Our tours are a blast for the entire family. We offer activities year-round, and cater each experience specifically to you. Our certified tour guides are knowledgeable and know how to give you an unforgettable experience. ”
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“4- 5.5 miles - Intermediate/Difficult Traveling through a wide variety of natural environments, you can see everything from towering pine trees to twisting Junipers to red-barked manzanita to spiny cactus. You may see bobcats or lizards, and always remember to keep an eye out for rattlesnakes. The first mile of this hiking and biking trail is a gentle uphill climb, then you start really gaining altitude. Beautiful lake views and benches for resting are near the top. The Cougar Crest Trail ends at the junction of the world-famous 2,600-mile long Pacific Crest Trail. From here you can continue to Bertha Peak. Another steep .75 mile hike takes you to the top where you get sweeping views of Big Bear Valley and the high desert. Cougar Crest Trail starts .6 miles west of the Discovery Center on Hwy 38.”
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“The Castle Rock trailhead is located 1.1 miles east of the Big Bear Dam on State Highway 18 or 3 miles west of the Big Bear Lake Village. There is limited parking 50 yards east of the trailhead in a turnout on the north side of the highway. The Adventure Pass is not required on the turnout. There is a small sign marking the Castle Rock Trailhead across the highway. Although it's not a long hike, the elevation gain is 500 feet, making it a steep climb by any standards. From here its 0.5 of a mile of a steep trail then it levels out for another 0.5 of a mile of less steep trail. Castle Rock is a large 100 ft outcropping from immediately east of the saddle. This trail offers spectacular views of the lake and an opportunity to see pines, white fir trees and cedars. ”
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