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<p>This part of the Los Padres National Forest offers around 12 miles of trails that provide excellent views of Santa Barbara, Pacific Ocean, Channel Islands and surrounding mountains. The trail system mainly consists of rocky fire roads with some steep technical sections, a few designated single track motorcycle trails and a natural terrain motocross track.</p><p>ATVs and UTVs are not permitted on the single track trails (located near the mx track), and while they are allowed on the main trail (<a href="https://www.fs.usda.gov/Internet/FSE_DOCUMENTS/stelprdb5291371.pdf" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">5N12.1</a>), four wheelers are not recommended due to the rugged and narrow terrain. Beginners, ATV and UTV riders are advised to check out nearby <a href="https://www.riderplanet-usa.com/atv/trails/info/california_02960/ride_f8cf.htm" rel="nofollow">Camuesa/Upper Osso Area</a> which has wider and easier trails.</p><p>Dispersed camping is permitted throughout the forest but there are some designated campgrounds nearby. Note that there is no direct trail access from the campgrounds, so unless street legal you will have to haul your bike to and from the staging area.</p><p>The trailhead is located about 20 miles east from the turnoff for Hwy 154 and East Camino Cielo, which is usually closed before, during and after a storm, so check with the Santa Barbara Ranger District before heading out.</p>
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