Welcome to Santa Barbara Hikes!
Santa Barbara has some of the best hiking anywhere, and lots of it!
Lots of hiking trails are listed here with maps, topos and directions to the trailhead. Print out what you need and take it with you.
Then, come back and talk about your adventure.
Latest Hiking Adventures and Information
- Gaviota State Park (Westside) in General Discussion
The north-western portion (Las Cruces Adobe side)of Gaviota State Park has deteriorated in... (0 Replies) - GerryC, Jul 07, 2015
- A woman is attempting a thru-hike of the Condor Trail in Adventure Stories
In case you don't get the LPFA newsletter, here is the bit written about this thru-hike. ... (28 Replies) - Diane, Jun 30, 2015
- New West Goleta Trail - Beach to Crest in Adventure Stories
ascended Ah yes, I have looked at that ridge and thought it looked good; thanks for the... (18 Replies) - brhacker, Jun 23, 2015
- Mountain Lion on Franklin Trail in General Discussion
Congrats on your sighting, but as a mountain lion biologist, I have to stand up for the pu... (2 Replies) - weiwei, Jun 19, 2015
- Chumash Wilderness in the Spring in Adventure Stories
Enjoyed our annual spring backpack into the Chumash Wilderness weekend before last; water ... (0 Replies) - Cross Tie Walker, Apr 22, 2015
Diane's Big Adventures
White Mountain Peak and the Bristlecones
A group of us went up to the White Mountains to hike to White Mountain Peak and see the Bristlecone Pines.
White Mountain Peak is 14,252 feet high. I heard that it was the 2nd highest peak in the lower 48 but I guess it has been demoted to 3rd.
The Bristlecones are worth the trip.
If you want the group photos: