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Reyes Peak Trail offers Wilderness access on a 5.8 mile hike. Moderate but narrow in places. The trail drops steeply to Haddock Camp, located at the headwaters of Piedra Blanca Creek, where water is available most of the year.

General Information: Reyes Peak Trail offers Wilderness access on a 5.8 mile hike. Moderate but narrow in places. Drive to Reyes Peak Campground (near the end of Pine Mountain Road) and continue along a rough road to a parking area. Hike about 100 yards on the old road bed, then take the trail on the left, staying on the north slope until you reach Haddock Peak. The trail drops steeply to Haddock Camp, located at the headwaters of Piedra Blanca Creek, where water is available most of the year.

Directions: From Ventura, Travel about 40 miles north on Highway 33 to Pine Mountain Road. Drive to Reyes Peak Campground (near the end of Pine Mountain Road) and continue along a rough road to a parking area.

Distance: 5.8 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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Los Padres National Forest, California


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