What are you #SanBerDo-ing this weekend?
Few places in the world give travelers the opportunity to experience all four seasons… and we’re not talking about the hotel. San Bernardino County visitors can explore Death Valley, the hottest place in North America – ski, and snowboard in the peaks of the San Bernardino Mountains – all in the same day!
With an area of over 20,000 square miles, San Bernardino County is the largest county in the United States. It’s bigger than a whopping nine states. In fact, it’s bigger than the states of New Jersey, Connecticut, Delaware, and Rhode Island combined. It would take weeks to see and do everything, not to worry we have several itineraries of the County’s best attractions to help you navigate the terrain.
6 Natural Wonders You’ve Never Heard of in the Mojave Desert
The Mojave Desert is full of secrets and surprises. This unique desert landscape in San Bernardino County is situated between Los Angeles and Las Vegas and accessible to the south from I-40 or to the north from I-15. The Mojave is the driest desert in North America and also boasts the lowest absolute elevation and the highest maximum temperatures in North America. It’s a National Preserve and is considered the high desert as opposed to its nearby desert neighbor, Joshua Tree National Park. If you’ve been, you know the majestic and arid beauty it holds, but did you know about these six incredible sites? Click below to learn more.
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