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Four miles long, this is a very steep trail and takes you from Cedros Saddle, north to Manzana Creek and the San Rafael Wilderness. The trail drops 2,100 feet in elevation as it passes through oak woodlands and areas of pine. There is a spring about midway from Cedros Saddle to Manzana Creek. From Cedros Saddle, the trail also goes south two miles to Zaca Lake, a privately-owned lake and resort where refreshments may be obtained.

Directions: From Los Olivos, Travel on Forest Road 7N07 northeast for about twelve miles turn left (north) onto Zaca Ridge Road (FS 8N02) and drive about 3 1/2 miles and turn left onto FS 8N02A and travel about 1/2 mile to the trailhead on the right (north).

Elevation Gain: 2,100 feet

Distance: 4 miles

Difficulty: Strenuous

 
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Los Padres National Forest, California


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