The Condor Trail
The Condor Trail is a primitive recreational thru-hiking route intended to connect the northern and southern portions of California through a series of smaller existing trails. It is currently incomplete but will span 400 miles in length upon completion . The trail is intended to highlight the unique characteristics of the Los Padres National Forest and California's Central Coast Region and will primarily go through rugged wilderness and backcountry areas of Ventura, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Monterey Counties.
The Condor Trail is intended to highlight and support the protection of the California Condor while providing recreational opportunity to the public.
The Condor Trail Association was created and organized in 1996 and is a 501c3 non-profit organization who are working to establish the Condor Trail.
- Condor Trail Map
- Carving Out the Condor Trail
- Plotting a 300-Mile Trail Through Our Backyard
- Condor Trail could span length of Los Padres National Forest
- Reference text http://www.condortrail.com/