Welcome To Hike Los Padres!
User Log In or Sign Up
Use Marker Cluster
Markers: Use Marker Groups
Time used: ms
Routes
    Trails
    OHV Trails
    Forest Roads
    Streams
Wildfire Layers
    Wolf 2002
    Piru 2003
    Day 2006
    Zaca 2007
    Gap 2008
    La Brea 2009
Forest Layers
    Forest Boundary
    Wilderness Areas
    Ranger Districts
    Counties
    Topographic Outlines
    Trailheads
    OHV Trailheads
Helpful Hints
    ↣ Right click the map for location data. ↣ Click a stream for Water Stats.

Launtz Creek Camp North Los Padres National Forest

  • Camp Type: Wilderness Trail Camp
  • Topo Map Link: Big Sur
  • Elevation: 1600 feet
  • Wilderness Area: Ventana
  • County: Monterey County
  • Ranger District: Monterey Ranger District
  • Longitude: -121.7920358
  • Latitude: 36.30890277
  • Water Sources: Launtz Creek
  • Length of Stay: 14 Days
  • Reservations: Wilderness Trail Camp
  • Activities & Features:
    • Camping
    • Wildlife Viewing
    • Wilderness-Camping

Recent Water Reports:

Date Surveyor Water Report
08-06-2017Juan c Jiménez Flowing

Description:

Launtz Creek Camp is a small primative camp located on the Mount Manuel Trail (2E06) in the Ventana Wilderness


Submitted Camp Reports

Launtz Creek Camp Survey - 08-06-2017 - by Juan c Jiménez
Link: Launtz Creek Camp
Date: 08-06-2017
Surveyor Name:Juan c Jiménez
Camp Description:
Water Source:Flowing
Water Source Details:
Weather Conditions:

Leave A Camp Report

Survey / Report Form



Questions or Comments








Last Updated: Tuesday, March 1, 2016

Join Our Mailing List
×
Get updates on conditions, surveys and more...

Weather Forecasts

L.P.N.F. Contacts »

  • Forest Headquarters
    Phone: (805) 968-6640
  • Mt. Pinos District
    Phone: (661) 245-3731
  • Ojai Ranger District
    Phone: (805) 646-4348
  • Santa Barbara District
    Phone: (805) 967-3481
  • Santa Lucia District
    Phone: (805) 925-9538
  • Monterey District
    Phone: (831) 385-5434
2015 © Hike Los Padres - Do not copy content, maps, data, images and Hiking and Backpacking Trails || Website developed By John Ziegler and Powered by Santa Barbara Web & Graphic Design