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Arroyo Burro Trail

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2.4 Miles 3.9 Kilometers


Singletrack

1' 0 m

Ascent

-1,615' -492 m

Descent

13%

Avg Grade (7°)

27%

Max Grade (15°)

3,014' 919 m

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1,400' 427 m

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Fun singletrack through Oak, Madrone and Sycamore Forest.

Kevin Fox

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The Arroyo Burro Trail is the forgotten stepchild of Santa Ynez area trails. It's not as long or scenic as Tequepis. It doesn't have the fun or reputation of Camuesa. It isn't as epic as Santa Cruz. And it can't be shuttled as easily as Snyder. What Arroyo Burro lacks in notoriety it makes up for with beauty and solitude. Ride Arroyo Burro for yourself and find out what you have been missing!

A mix of fun winding singletrack interspersed with more difficult rocky sections will make you smile. With the lighter traffic and attention be prepared for a bit of brush. About 2.1 miles from the start, you'll come to the one must make turn. Take a right following the clear 'Designated Route' signs.

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Sophia Dentzel
Santa Barbara
Sophia Dentzel   Santa Barbara
This description above makes the trail sound worse than it is... 'cause it's actually pretty awesome. Go check it out and throw some of your comments here! I think you'll like it. Nov 12, 2018
Ryan Ostrander
Lompoc, CA
Ryan Ostrander   Lompoc, CA
Two of my friends and I rode this loop last weekend, and all three of us were shocked by how great this ride is. I honestly prefer this over Jesusita. The ride up the fire road was hot and exposed, so bring plenty of water. The downhill made it all worth it. Very fast and flowy but with a few rocky spots to make it interesting. 6 days ago

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