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Lockwood Peak - Los Padres National Forest

34.70864239, -119.0682147

Details

  • Elevation: 6261 feet
  • Longitude: -119.0682147
  • Latitude: 34.70864239
  • Recent Water Reports:

    Date Surveyor Water Report
    08-17-2017Dave BurnettDry
    07-12-2017Los Padres Forest AssociationDry
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Description:

Lockwood Peak - 6261 feet

Survey Photos:


  • Dave Burnett - 08-17-2017
    This was the only water source we saw. There is a large marshy area to the left (SE) of this location which probably has small pools of water. Note the several butterflies clustering around the water. There were approximately a dozen butterflies in this one spot.

  • Dave Burnett - 08-17-2017
    The track with double red line is the one we followed. The solid red and blue tracks are the Hundred Peaks Section Hiking Routes 1 & 2 respectively. Both of these a re partly obscured by our track.

  • Dave Burnett - 08-17-2017
    Gully downward. This was very steep in spots and narrow almost all the way.

  • Dave Burnett - 08-17-2017
    Entrance to the gully we followed up to the peak.

  • Dave Burnett - 08-17-2017
    Alamo Mountain from Lockwood Peak

  • Dave Burnett - 08-17-2017
    Myself, Bob and Don at Lockwood Peak.

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Submitted Reports

Lockwood Peak Survey - 08-17-2017 - by Dave Burnett
Link: Lockwood Peak
Date: 08-17-2017
Surveyor Name:Dave Burnett
Camp Description:Nice hike of about 6 1/3 miles that Bob, Don and myself undertook.  We followed Hiking Route 1 from Hundreds Peak Section website to the peak and returned via Hiking Route 2 to the Yellow Jacket Trail where we turned left to return to our vehicle.  Yellow Jacket Trail is easy to follow.  The route up the gully is basically a path with some fallen trees and lots of boulders.   Ducks mark the path frequently, though there is little choice on where to proceed once into the gully.  Fewer markers in the gully we followed down, but not a problem since there is little choice to be made.
Water Source:Dry
Water Source Details:One small, stagnant source of water on Yellow Jacket Trail between the two gullies usable for access to Lockwood Peak.
Weather Conditions:Great visibility in all directions. Temp was around 70 at the peak at 10 am.
Images:

This was the only water source we saw. There is a large marshy area to the left (SE) of this location which probably has small pools of water. Note the several butterflies clustering around the water. There were approximately a dozen butterflies in this one spot.

The track with double red line is the one we followed. The solid red and blue tracks are the Hundred Peaks Section Hiking Routes 1 & 2 respectively. Both of these a re partly obscured by our track.


Gully downward. This was very steep in spots and narrow almost all the way.

Entrance to the gully we followed up to the peak.


Alamo Mountain from Lockwood Peak
Lockwood Peak Survey - 07-12-2017 - by Los Padres Forest Association
Link: Lockwood Peak
Date: 07-12-2017
Surveyor Name:Los Padres Forest Association
Camp Description:Recent article by ValHikes about Lockwood Peak.  Enjoy:

http://valhikes.blogspot.com/2017/07/lockwood-peak.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+MomentsInDirtAndInk+%28Moments+in+Dirt+and+Ink%29
Water Source:Dry
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Last Updated: Tuesday, August 13, 2013



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