Dry Lakes Ridge

Wheeler Springs, California 93023

Dry Lakes Ridge

Dry Lakes Ridge Professional Review and Guide

"Though officially long-abandoned, this route climbs from CA 33 along a firebreak to Dry Lakes Ridge, a unique botanical region."

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9/23/2017
Hard scramble up steep grades with loose footing most of the way. Trail is not kept up and can be moderately hard to find your way. Lots of coyote scat and we turned around at the second large pile of bear scat.
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Trail Information

Wheeler Springs
Nearby City
4.8
Distance
Out-and-back
Trail Type
Moderate to Difficult
Skill Level
Year-round
Season
Los Padres National Forest
Local Contacts
USGS: Lion Canyon and Wheeler Springs; Conant’s Matilija & Dick Smith Wilderness
Local Maps

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Sep 2018