Girard Trail

Montecito, California

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Named for local trails and preservation advocate Edward “Bud” Girard, the Girard Trail descends from the Edison Catway to the McMenemy Junction along a pleasant oak- and chaparral-shaded track along the northeastern flank of the knoll immediately east of Oak Creek’s headwaters.

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"Named for local trails and preservation advocate Edward “Bud” Girard, the Girard Trail descends from the Edison Catway to the McMenemy Junction along a pleasant oak- and chaparral-shaded track along the northeastern flank of the knoll immediately east of Oak Creek’s headwaters."

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Montecito
Distance: 0.6
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Easy to Moderate
Season: Year-round
Local Contacts: Los Padres National Forest
Local Maps: USGS: Santa Barbara; Conant’s Matilija & Dick Smith Wilderness

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Jun 2018