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San Antonio Trail - Los Padres National Forest
Trail Distance 3.60 Miles

The San Antonio Trail is a scenic 3.60 mile trail in the Ventana Wilderness in Monterey County . The trail connects the Centrail Coast Ridge Road (20S05.3) and the Salsipueded Road (21S03). Please let us know if you have explored this trail recently.

Trail Details

  • Trail #: 5E04
  • Wilderness Area: Ventana
  • County: Monterey County
  • Ranger District: Monterey Ranger District
  • Trail-head Latitude: 36.0636
  • Trail-head Longitude: -121.4375
  • Trail Condition: Kind of Good - Little to no bushwacking and easily followable
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  • Activities & Features:
    • Backpacking
    • Horseback Riding
    • Wildlife Viewing
    • Wilderness Camping



Trail Stats

  • Total Elevation Gain: + 814 feet.
  • Total Elevation Loss: - 2188 feet.
  • Overall Average Slope Gain: + 12 %.
  • Overall Average Slope Loss: - 14 %.
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Trail Camps

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  • Richard Shiers - 04-19-2015

  • Richard Shiers - 04-19-2015

  • Richard Shiers - 04-19-2015

  • Richard Shiers - 04-19-2015

  • Richard Shiers - 04-19-2015

Submitted Trail Reports

San Antonio Trail Survey - 04-19-2015 - by Richard Shiers
Link: San Antonio Trail
Date: 04-19-2015
Surveyor Name:Richard Shiers
Trail description:I started my backpacking trip on Nacimiento Furguson Rd. I hiked up Cone Peak road and then hit the San Antonio trail down to Fresno Camp which is as far as I made it. This trail has not been used much in years and it was quite the adventure. It was completely overgrown and covered with poison oak and blowdowns. Lots of climbing under and over dead trees and even bushwhacking through poison oak almost the entire mile and a half down this trail to Fresno Camp. The trail completely disappeared when I got down to the camp. I found two old campsites at Fresno Camp and there was still water flowing in the San Antonio river. The camp was pretty cool though since I was looking for solitude and this was definitely the place. However, I would not recommend this trail unless you are looking for a challenge and if you want to go further on to San Antonio camp, good luck because I couldn't find the trail.
Mode of transport:Hike
Trail condition:Hard to follow
Condition details:Seldom used trail. Poor quality.
Images:

One of many blowdowns

Overgrown trail


Campsite

Lots of poison oak


More poor trail conditions


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Last Updated: Wednesday, February 24, 2016



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