Your mountain getaway is just a hop, skip, and a jump from Los Angeles International Airport, and Ontario International Airport. The Gateway to the San Bernardino’s is just over 90 miles from LAX and 42 miles from Ontario International Airport.
Running Springs is in the beautiful San Bernardino mountains just 90 miles from Los Angeles, California.
Los Angeles International Airport
LAX is an international airport servicing LA, California. LAX logs 1,578 landings and takeoffs every day and is the sixth busiest airport in the world.
Learn more about LAX at FlyLAX.com
Ontario International Airport
Ontario International Airport is 38 miles east of downtown LA, 18 miles west of downtown San Bernardino, and 14 miles northwest of downtown Riverside. Mountain Area Regional Transit Authority Big Bear and Crestline offer services to and from Ontario airport to make your trip from the skies to the mountains as smooth as possible.
Learn more about ONT at FLyOntario.com
Running Springs is located just off CA-330, between Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear. It’s the first mountain community off the 330, which earns it its nickname as Gateway to the San Bernardino’s. Beautiful California State Highway 330 takes you through stunning views of the Inland Empire as you wind your way 6,000ft to Running Springs.
Mountain Transit strives to bring effortless transportation options for the residents, work force, and guests of the diverse San Bernardino Mountain communities. Mountain Transit is managed by Mountain Area Regional Transit Authority, which was formed December of 1993 under a joint powers authority between the City of Big Bear and San Bernardino County.
Mountain Transit offers both a Dial-a-Ride and Fixed Route service for the San Bernardino mountain communities from Big Bear Valley, Crestline, Lake Arrowhead, and Running Springs. Plan your trip with Mountain Transit at 909-878-5200.
About Mountain Transit. Retrieved from MountainTransit.org