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Willow Spring - Chimney Canyon - Los Padres National Forest

35.06, -120.13278


  • Longitude: -120.13278
  • Latitude: 35.06
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Willow Spring - Chimney Canyon is located in the Los Padres National Forest. The spring is on the Chimney Canyon Topo Map, If you have recently visited this spring, please give us some feed back on the water quality.

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Willow Spring - Chimney Canyon Survey - 10-14-2017 - by Nate
Link: Willow Spring - Chimney Canyon
Date: 10-14-2017
Surveyor Name:Nate
Camp Description:It looks like there were pipes in place to fill a cattle trough, but what little water was pooled and pretty stagnant. I wanted to filter some, but  did not want to risk clogging my water filter
Water Source:Stagnant
Water Source Details:Very Muddy and contaminated
Weather Conditions:Hot and over 80 degrees

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Last Updated: Tuesday, August 13, 2013

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