Santa Rosa Summit Trail: Singas Creek Professional Guide
Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook
"A day hike in the Santa Rosa Range featuring Singas trailhead with ample parking, a major access point for the Santa Rosa–Paradise Peak Wilderness. From the parking area, it is a steep 0.5-mile climb along an old road to the Santa Rosa Summit Trail, which goes south and north from Singas basin. This hike covers the trail to the saddle at the head of Buffalo Canyon.
After the initial climb, the trail ascends south across the hillside toward a saddle, then descends slightly as it crosses the head of Morey Creek. After contouring through the head of Abel Creek, the Summit Trail climbs southwest over a point on the ridge south of Abel Creek. A final steep climb across the slope to the west brings the trail to the main crest of the Santa Rosa Range at the head of Buffalo Canyon."