All Things to Do in Gaviota Coast

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  • Las Cruces Trail Head

    What To Expect: This trail travels through old ranch land and chaparral to the Hollister ridge where it connects to several other trails along the way to provide many options for a loop hike.
    Trail Rating: Strenuous in places
    Region: Gaviota Coast
  • Gaviota Peak Trail Head

    What To Expect: This trail (fire road) starts in Gaviota State Park and then continues into the Los Padres National Forest where it reaches the tallest point along the Gaviota Coast after climbing over 2,000 ft.
    Trail Rating: Gaviota Peak Trail is strenuous. Others range from easy to moderate.
    Trail Distance: Varies by route
    Region: Gaviota Coast
  • Aniso Trail

    What To Expect: The Aniso Trail is a 2.5 mile long paved bike-way between El Capitan State Beach and Refugio State Beach. A segment of the trail is technically closed due to storm damage.
    Trail Rating: Easy
    Trail Distance: 2.5 Miles one way
    Region: Gaviota Coast
  • Bill Wallace Trail

    What To Expect: The hike is about 12 miles round trip following mostly ranch roads. It makes a large loop starting near the coast following one side of El Capitan Canyon up into the hills and then returning back along the opposite side of the canyon.
    Trail Rating: Strenuous
    Trail Distance: 12 miles
    Region: Gaviota Coast
  • Gaviota Wind Caves

    What To Expect: Hike the Beach to Back County Trails to see the pockmarked sandstone rock formations that have dramatic hollowed-out “cave” areas and are one of the many unique geological formations in the area.
    Region: Gaviota Coast
  • Las Cruces Adobe

    What To Expect: The Las Cruces Adobe is part of Gaviota State Park. The adobe has a protective roof and fence and is in need of repair. There is an interpretive sign that provides historical information. The meadow in front of the adobe is a great place for a picnic.
    Region: Gaviota Coast
  • Baron Ranch Trail

    What To Expect: From the ranch gate the trail follows the main road turning inland and heading up into Quemado Canyon. At about the 2.5 mile mark the trail branches forming a loop up into the mountains.
    Trail Rating: Easy at the beginning, but steep in places as you head into the mountains.
    Trail Distance: Six miles out and back.
    Region: Gaviota Coast

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