Big Bear Trail Hosts
The Southern California Mountains Foundation & Big Bear Valley Trails Foundation
Invite you to be a…
Trail Host Volunteer
By using your boots, tires, or hoofs to:
Be the Face of the Forest, providing information and support to visitors and
be the Eyes and Ears of the Trails, reporting trail conditions and inappropriate activities.
Be a TRAIL HOST by supporting the trail user community! Trail Hosts are official representatives of our organization and the Forest Service and offer help to folks on the trail by providing information and, at times, basic supplies to those who need it. They also help by monitoring the forest for maintenance opportunities and look for inappropriate use of the forest. These duties will be accomplished through planned efforts with other Hosts and through unplanned efforts where Hosts can count volunteer hours by using trails like they normally do, only with a uniform on and an eye to serve.
● 4 hour Training & Orientation
● Commit to volunteering 90 hours annually
● Purchase Uniform
● Coordinate Efforts & Report Hours
● 18+ Years Old
Next Training & Orientation Held At the Big Bear Discovery Center:
June 30, 8am-12pm
For more information or to register, visit: