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Running Springs is located 6200 feet above sea level in the heart of the San Bernardino Mountains, Midway between Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear Lake. It is populated by a combination of residents and weekenders. We get snow in the winter. Which is the primary purpose this site exists, to provide neighbors a visual snow report? As well as the ability to see if the snow plow has been by. It is a short commute to Down Town was Hwy 330 meet Hwy 18. It gets a little crowded on weekends, and during ski season. The Running Springs area offers activities year round including skiing, snowboarding, cross country skiing, (snow Valley is 10 minutes away) hiking, fishing, horseback riding, shopping, restaurants and other mountain activities.    

WebCam located at Wilderness Rd. & Hwy 18 , 3/4 mile west of Running Springs.

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Population::   4,862
Elevation:      6,209 ft
Area Total:    4,213

Location 34° 12′ 28″ N, 117° 6′ 30″ W
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