Marble Peak Trail - Los Padres National Forest
Trail Distance 13.14 Miles
The Marble Peak Trail is a scenic 13.14 mile trail in the Ventana Wilderness in Monterey County . The trail connects the Coast Ridge Road (20S05.2) to the Arroyo Seco Road. The Marble Peak Trail has numerous trail junctions, from Arroyo Seco Road the first junction is the, Horse Pasture Trail (4E05), then the second junction is the Tony Trail (4E06), then the third junction is the South Fork Trail (3E09), and finally the last junction is with the Lost Valley Trail (4E08). Please let us know if you have explored this trail recently.
- Trail #: 4E07
- Wilderness Area: Ventana
- County: Monterey County
- Ranger District: Monterey Ranger District
- Trail-head Latitude: 36.17356
- Trail-head Longitude: -121.63019
- Water Sources: Water is available from multiple creeks along the trail, see trail camp links below for water reports
- Trail Condition: Good - Trail is easy to follow and is in good shape
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Activities & Features:
- Wildlife Viewing
- Wilderness Camping
- Total Elevation Gain: + 3071 feet.
- Total Elevation Loss: - 5729 feet.
- Overall Average Slope Gain: + 8 %.
- Overall Average Slope Loss: - 11 %.
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Last Updated: Wednesday, February 24, 2016