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Romero Camuesa Fdr - Forest Rd 5N15 2 - Los Padres National Forest
Distance 13.2 Miles

Road Details
  • Road #: 5N15 2
Road Stats
  • Total Elevation Gain: +3454 feet.
  • Total Elevation Loss: -3121 feet.
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Romero Camuesa Fdr - Forest Rd 5N15 2 Survey - 2-5-2018 - by Los Padres Forest Association
Link: Romero Camuesa Fdr - Forest Rd 5N15 2
Date: 2-5-2018
Surveyor Name:Los Padres Forest Association
Trail description:The Romero-Camuesa Rd through Camuesa Canyon was destroyed during the 2016 Rey Fire.  A large portion of the road was graded during the Thomas Fire from the junction of Buckhorn Road down to the Lower Camuesa Camp.  From there to Indian Creek remains impassable and difficult.
Mode of transport:Bicycle
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Romero Camuesa Fdr - Forest Rd 5N15 2 Survey - 1-29-17 - by Anonymous Surveyor
Link: Romero Camuesa Fdr - Forest Rd 5N15 2
Date: 1-29-17
Surveyor Name:Anonymous Surveyor
Trail description:This section of road has seen major damage since the rey fire. Lots of eroded stream crossings. The only sane way to travel this road is by foot or mountain bike. A very expirenced motobike rider might be able to do it too. The wine barrel spring at middle camuesa campground burned in the fire and can no longer hold water. Lots of streams flowing right now though.
Mode of transport:Bicycle
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Romero Camuesa Fdr - Forest Rd 5N15 2 Survey - 12-18-16 - by Anonymous Surveyor
Link: Romero Camuesa Fdr - Forest Rd 5N15 2
Date: 12-18-16
Surveyor Name:Anonymous Surveyor
Trail description:Road is in pretty good shape considering it burned. There are a few sections where small rocks have slid down onto the road. The road would be sketchy in a car but fine on a bike or motobike. A big storm could cause more erosion at the steep switchbacks. The tables at the campground burnt. A little water was in the water tanks there.
Mode of transport:Bicycle
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Romero Camuesa Fdr - Forest Rd 5N15 2 Survey - 2-23-2015 - by Los Padres Forest Association
Link: Romero Camuesa Fdr - Forest Rd 5N15 2
Date: 2-23-2015
Surveyor Name:Los Padres Forest Association
Trail description:We got a report that the Forest Service removed the large downed oak that was blocking the Camuesa Rd.
Mode of transport:Array
Romero Camuesa Fdr - Forest Rd 5N15 2 Survey - 1-5-2015 - by Los Padres Forest Association
Link: Romero Camuesa Fdr - Forest Rd 5N15 2
Date: 1-5-2015
Surveyor Name:Los Padres Forest Association
Trail description:One large downed oak along the road.  The motorcycles have created a workable reroute around it.  It would be nice to to remove that tree.
Mode of transport:Bicycle
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Last Updated: Tuesday, August 13, 2013



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