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The trail winds its way through large big cone Douglas fir, pine and sycamore. It is always shaded, making for a great summer hike.

This three mile steep trail follows a creek the length of Fir Canyon. There is an old mine shaft and remnants of a miners cabin, which burned in the Marre Fire, along the way. You can take this trail downhill from Figueroa Mountain Road to Davy Brown Campground and have someone pick you up or hike uphill from Davy Brown. The trail winds its way through large big cone Douglas fir, pine and sycamore. It is always shaded, making for a great summer hike.

Directions: From Los Olivos, Travel on Forest Road 7N07 northeast for about 14 miles, the trailhead is on the left off the road.

Elevation: 2,100 feet

Distance: 3 miles

Difficulty: Moderate/Strenuous

 
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Los Padres National Forest, California


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