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1. Aliso Loop Trail

...Constructed by Ronald "Willie" Forsyth as a short cut trail from his pack station at what is now Sage Hill Group Camp to Upper Oso Camp and on up the Santa Cruz Trail to the back country. A school group...

2. Arroyo Burro Trail South

The trail begins slightly more than a half mile after you begin your hike up the Jesusita Trail. The trail sign is under a large oak and is situated right before you would head up onto a long plateau...

3. Alejandro Trail

The Alejandro Trail is located in the Santa Maria area up the Colson Canyon Road (11N04), the trail starts at the second gate/road junction on Colson Canyon Road (34.9343, -120.1641), Look for the trail...

4. Adobe Trail

This trail starts off on Highway 166 outside of Santa Maria at a elevation of 1200 feet. The Adobe trail is a gentle trail and is in good shape for hiking and stock. From the trail head you climb up a...

5. Bear Canyon Trail

The Bear Canyon Trail is located near Santa Maria in the Santa Lucia Ranger District. This moderate 3.5 mile trail is located in Bear Canyon, hence the name.  This canyon runs north from La Brea Canyon...

6. Agua Blanca Trail

In the 1930's the U. S. Forest Service, using C.C.C. (Civilian Conservation Corps) labor, improved an old chumash trail that followed Agua Blanca Creek up the canyon. It was a popular trail because of...

7. Bear Canyon Connector Trail

The is a scenic mile trail outside Santa Maria in . The trail connects the Buckhorn Ridge Trail (31W06) and the Bear Canyon Loop OHV Trail (31W13). Please let us know if you have explored this trail recently...

8. Arroyo Seco Trail

The Arroyo Seco Trail is located in the Ventana Wilderness in Monterey County. A good starting point for this hike is at the Santa Lucia Memorial Park Campground, which has some amazing rock formations...

9. American Canyon Trail

The American Canyon Trail is in great shape, the trail leads uphill from the American Canyon Campground to the Castle Crags Trail (16E01). The American Canyon trail is in the Machesna Mountain Wilderness...

10. Alder Creek Trail

Take Highway 126 to Fillmore. Turn north on A Street/Goodenough Road and drive 14.1 miles to Dough Flat. This is a rough dirt road that is traveled by large oil trucks. Continue on to the end of the road...

11. Big Falls Trail

Three water falls are within this 1.5 mile hike, near Arroyo Grande. The hike is relatively easy with a couple spots being a little more challenging; with short, steep climbs. The setting is within Big...

12. Ballinger Route 6 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

13. Ballinger Route 39 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

14. Ballinger Route 7 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

15. Ballinger Route 52 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

16. Ballinger Route 51 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

17. Ballinger Route 50 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

18. Ballinger Route 49 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

19. Ballinger Route 9 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

20. Ballinger Route 43 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

21. Bee Camp Trail

The Bee Camp Trail is located in the Ventana Wilderness inside the Monterey Ranger District, the 1 mile trail starts from the North Coast Ridge Trail (3E10) and proceeds down the north fork creek to Upper...

22. Big Pine Trail

The is a scenic mile trail in the Wilderness in . The trail connects the Skinner Ridge Trail (1E04) and the Carmel River Trail (3E03). Please let us know if you have explored this trail recently.    

23. Big Sur Trail

The is a scenic mile trail in the Wilderness in . The trail starts at Cold Springs Campground (3200 feet) and connects to the Pine Ridge Trail (3E06). Please let us know if you have explored this trail...

24. Black Cone Trail

The is a scenic mile trail in the Wilderness in . The trail connects the Pine Ridge Trail (3E06) with the South Fork Trail (3E09). Please let us know if you have explored this trail recently.    

25. Big Cone Spruce Trail

The is a short connector mile trail in the Wilderness in . The trail starts from Cachuma Mountain Road at , and connects with the Manzana Trail (30W13) just passed Manzana Narrows Camp.    

26. Ballinger Route 37 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

27. Bear Basin Trail

The Bear Basin Trail is located deep in the Ventana Wilderness in Monterey County. The trail connects the Carmel River Trail (3E03) and the Pine Ridge Trail (3E06) and the Black Cone Trail (3E14).  From...

28. Bear Canyon Loop OHV Trail

This steep narrow trail leaves the Buckhorn Ridge route and drops down into Bear Canyon Camp where it connects to the Bear Canyon trail, connecting back to Buckhorn Ridge route. This trail is for the...

29. Bear Basin Connector Trail

A very short .5 mile connector trail in the Ventana Wilderness. The trail connects Bear Basin Trail (3E11) and the Pine Ridge Trail (3E06).

30. Ballinger Route 25 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

31. Avenales Trail

The Avenales Trail has good views of upper Salinas River Valley, Machesna Peak and the La Panza Range. Trail is in good shape, and is a dead end at Avenales Guard Station. The trail climbs from Stony...

32. Ballinger Route

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

33. Ballinger Route 10 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

34. Ballinger Route 11 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

36. Aliso Trail

Aliso Trail connects the Seirra Madre Road (32S13) to Hog Pen Spring Road (10N04) and Hog Pen Campground and Hog Pen Spring. This trail starts at Aliso Peak as a 4-wheel drive road to Hog pen Spring then...

37. Hiking and Backpacking Trails - Los Padres National Forest

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38. OHV Trails

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39. Alamar Trail

The Alamar trail begins at Alamar Saddle Campground (5673 feet) which is on the Buckhorn Road (Forest Route 9N11), the trail is located in the Dick Smith Wilderness. No water at the trail head except...

40. Ballinger Route 12 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

41. Ballinger Route 14 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

42. Ballinger Route 28 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

43. Ballinger Route 29 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

44. Ballinger Route 31 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

45. Campgrounds

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46. Ballinger Route 23 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

47. Ballinger Route 18 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

48. Ballinger Route 19 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

49. Ballinger Route 22 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

50. Ballinger Route 32 OHV Trail

Facilities at Ballinger Campground include: restrooms; campsites with tables and fire rings, and trails to accommodate all levels of riders. There is no garbage service, so you must pack out what you...

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