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Sisar Canyon - Forest Rd 4N15 2 - Los Padres National Forest
Distance 6.79 Miles

Road Details
  • Road #: 4N15 2
Road Stats
  • Total Elevation Gain: +418 feet.
  • Total Elevation Loss: -3529 feet.
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Sisar Canyon - Forest Rd 4N15 2 Survey - 3-13-2017 - by Los Padres Forest Association
Link: Sisar Canyon - Forest Rd 4N15 2
Date: 3-13-2017
Surveyor Name:Los Padres Forest Association
Trail description:Report by D. Jackson:

Sisar Canyon: The road section of this trail that closely follows the creek is showing a lot of ruts and debris fall onto the road. Just past the turnoff to the Howell Place at approx. 34° 27’ 58.36N, 119° 07’ 34.78 W ….there is a fall of fine debris (soil and very small rock/gravel) and is blocking the road….and would be near impossible for a USFS truck to get through.  Just a few hundred yards further….the road leaves the creek and gradually improves, the higher up you go towards the Red Reef Trail (to Whiteledge CG) the better it gets.
Mode of transport:Hike
Sisar Canyon - Forest Rd 4N15 2 Survey - 11-14-16 - by Anonymous Surveyor
Link: Sisar Canyon - Forest Rd 4N15 2
Date: 11-14-16
Surveyor Name:Anonymous Surveyor
Trail description:Parking at the top of sisar Rd by the water tank is now blocked by a large gate and fence. There is a sign saying the gate will be locked in March of 2017. You will no longer be able to drive up the dirt road to the national Forest boundary and there is now very little parking at the end of the paved road.
Mode of transport:Bicycle

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Last Updated: Tuesday, August 13, 2013

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