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Throughout the 28 miles of the scenic Sisquoc River Trail, visitors will see many species of plants and a diversity of wildlife. This trail also offers many scenic waterfalls, swimming holes, peaceful riverside camping places and seasonal fishing for rainbow trout in the river.

Directions: From Los Olivos, Travel on Forest Road 7N07 northeast for about 22 miles to the Nira Campground and trailhead. The trailhead can be reached by car most of the but there are several seasonal closure gates that can add to the length your hike. One end of the Sisquoc River Trail begins at the end of Lower Manzana Creek Trail near the Manzana Schoolhouse trail camp.

Distance: 28 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

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Los Padres National Forest, California

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