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    Sisar Canyon Road

    Los Padres National Forest, California
    Elevation Gain7,025ft
    Trailhead Elevation1,650ft
    Elevation Min/Max1650/4927ft
    Elevation Start/End1650/1650ft

    Sisar Canyon Road

    Sisar Canyon Road is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Ventura County, California. It is within Los Padres National Forest. It is 8.3 miles long and begins at 1,650 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 17.1 miles with a total elevation gain of 7,025 feet. This trail connects with the following: Nordhoff Ridge Road, Red Reef Trail and Horn Canyon Trail.
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    Ventura, CA
    Adventurer | 290 pts
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    Took Boy Scout Troop up Sisar Canyon to White Ledge campsite. The canyon is one of my favorite repeat hikes with both shade and active creek for cooling off. White Ledge is a great destination and offers running water from the site's springs. Up Sisar Canyon to White Ledge camp and then across and down Horn Canyon to The Pines camp makes a great 2-nite backpack experience.

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    "This strenuous but easily navigated loop (also extremely popular with mountain bikers) climbs nearly 10 miles along Sisar Canyon Road to the Topatopa/ Nordhoff Ridge service road (an ascent with an elevation gain of nearly 3,500 feet). It then climbs eastward before dropping back into Sisar Canyon proper along the lower stretch" Read more

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    Los Padres National Forest
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    Los Padres National Forest
    Los Padres National Forest
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    USGS: Ojai, Santa Paula Peak, and Topatopa Mountains; Harrison’s Sespe Wilderness
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