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Looking for a couple’s getaway or just a nice retreat for yourself or with a friend? You’ve found just the right spot for that! This cozy cabin has a hot tub, fireplace & comfortable beds for your retreat. Star gaze while sipping your favorite beverage in the hot tub. The village is just a short walk, where you can go out to dinner or enjoy some local shopping. Great hiking nearby. Come enjoy everything this unique & cozy cabin has to offer!
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Newly remodeled cabin awaits you this season! We completed a remodel down to the studs in 2019! Every part of this cabin is new and clean. Our cozy and clean cabin is located close to mountain village and Mt High resorts. Walk 2-3 minutes to town or drive 7 minutes to the Mountain High resort or Pacific Crest Trail (PCT). This location has the best of all worlds. Easy to get to and well groomed roads in the winter, given proximity to town.
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The Pharmacy Boardshop Cabin was built in the 50's and was fully remodeled in 2017. It features a huge sliding glass door leading to a spacious deck, with expansive glass windows that display a beautiful mountain view. There is brand new tile floors with new plush carpet throughout. The kitchen has brand new stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops. There is a fully fenced backyard and plenty of room for your family and friends! Our store is under the cabin but completely separated.
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Your guide to Wrightwood
All About Wrightwood
Tucked away in the valley of the San Gabriel Mountains of Southern California, you’ll find Wrightwood, a scenic mountain village sitting at an elevation of nearly 6,000 feet. Wrightwood may be a small town, but it’s brimming with outdoor recreation through the seasons. With hills sprawled throughout Wrightwood, you’re spoiled for choice with spots to tube and sled in the winter. The snowy slopes of Mountain High and the Angeles National Forest are the town’s biggest draw. There are parks where you can ski, snowboard, or glide down the mountains on an inner tube in the winter.
Hiking trails, including the Blue Ridge Trail and Mount Baden Powell Trail are sprawled throughout Wrightwood’s diverse terrain. Just east of Wrightwood, you’ll stumble across the serene open waters of Jackson Lake, a beloved hub for water-based recreation. On Fridays, head over to the farmer’s market, hosted year-round, where you can find seasonal produce from local farmers, homemade jams and jellies, and a selection of handcrafted goods including soap and beauty products.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Wrightwood?
Spring through summer are great times to rent cabins in Wrightwood and explore the picturesque town. The crisp mountain air and balmy weather make for excellent conditions for hiking and picnicking. The Mountaineer Days Festival is a two-day celebration that follows Independence Day with games, food vendors, music, and a small parade.
During the fall, brilliant shades of orange and yellow illuminate the town as the foliage changes colors. This is also when Wrightwood hosts a big race each August. Known as one of the toughest runs in the country, it covers 100 miles from Wrightwood to La Canada. Winter is an especially popular time for sports enthusiasts as temperatures drop, and fresh snowfall makes for exceptional skiing, snowboarding, and sledding conditions. Locals kick off the holiday season with a tree lighting ceremony and the Parade of Lights during the last week of each November.
What are the top things to do in Wrightwood?
Just a few miles east of Wrightwood you’ll find Jackson Lake, a hub for fishing, hiking, picnics, and camping. Pack some snacks and drinks and enjoy a relaxing lunch under the pine and oak trees near the water. Many trails are accessible from Jackson Lake, making it a great starting point for hikes, including the Jackson Lake Trail, which travels through the Angeles National Forest and Vincent’s Cabin Trail. During the spring and summer, Jackson Lake becomes a popular spot to fish for rainbow trout, bluegill, and other varieties of fish.
Big Horn Mine Trail
Enjoy a leisurely hike along the four-mile Big Horn Mine Trail, which follows a portion of the San Gabriel River and provides stunning views of Wrightwood’s scenery. The framing of what used to be a gold mine sits at the edge of the trail, offering a striking image of metal beams against the surrounding verdant mountain ranges. Many hikers explore the ruins and take advantage of the photo opportunity before making their way back.
Calico Ghost Town
With a population of zero, the ghost town of Calico draws in visitors from all over to explore its abandoned silver mines and architecture dating back to the late 1800s. Formerly a mining town, Calico was officially deserted before the arrival of the 20th century due to the falling popularity of silver. Today, visitors can take in the Old West vibe of the town by exploring the nearby hiking trails, visiting the silver mine entrances, or marveling at the structures that have remained untouched for over 100 years. Calico is located 90 minutes north of Wrightwood.