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The Agua Blanca Trail offers Wilderness access along a ten mile trail. Not recommended for horses. Moderate with some steep sections. The trail begins at Blue Point Campground, across the creek.

General Information: The Agua Blanca Trail offers Wilderness access along a ten mile trail. Not recommended for horses. Moderate with some steep sections. The trail begins at Blue Point Campground, across the creek. Park in the overflow parking lot and walk through the gate. Follow Piru Creek upstream for one mile and at the junction turn left (west) onto the Agua Blanca Trail, where the Sespe Wilderness begins. Five miles up the trail is Log Cabin Camp which is just above Devil's Gate. This is a portion of the trail that is difficult to keep in good condition for horses. The trail junctions with the Potholes Trail (#20) just above Devil's Gate. Continuing on the Agua Blanca Trail, it is passable for hiking, but is definitely not recommended for horseback riders, due to a bad section of trail in a gorge down from Ant Camp. The Agua Blanca is one of the most scenic trails on the Ojai Ranger District.

Directions: From Piru, Travel north along Forest Road 4N13 to Blue Point Campground, park here and begin the hike.

Distance: 10 miles

Difficulty: Moderate

 
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Los Padres National Forest, California


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