Dick Smith Map USDA
Coastal Foothills – Santa Barbara Mountains
Ojai Hiking, Hwy 33
Dick Smith Wilderness ( Part of Los Padres National Forest ) Includes areas around – Ojai, Ventura, Santa Maria, Lompoc, California
Perfect for a day hike reference or extended backpacking adventures. Scale 1″ to mile; Printed on paper in 1990. This map found at USFS Ranger Stations.
Matilija and Dick Smith Wilderness Map
by Bryan Conant
Los Padres NF West
NatGeo Map #813
National Geographic makes the Trails Illustrated Map for the west side of Los Padres NF. The Santa Barbara Mountains, Santa Maria, Santa Lucia Mountains and San Luis Obispo area.
Arroyo Grande, Cuyama River, Garcia Wilderness, Goleta, Grover Beach, Irish Hills, La Panza Range, Lake Cachuma, Los Padres National Forest, Machesna Mountain Wilderness, Point San Luis, Purisima Hills, San Luis Obispo, San Luis Obispo Bay, San Rafael Mountains, San Rafael Wilderness, Santa Lucia Wilderness, Santa Margarita Lake, Sierra Madre Mountains, Sisquoc River, Timber Peak. Gaviota State Park; Pismo Beach, Refugio SB and El Capitan State Beaches; Lake Cachuma; Chumash Painted Cave State Historic Park; Sisquoc Wild and Scenic River; Oceano Dunes State Vehicular Recreation Area; and Santa Margarita Lake Regional Park.
Launch Spot @ Pine Mountain Reyes Peak
California Central Coast Forest Maps
There are numerous maps covering the coastal mountain regions of Los Padres NF, which spans from Monterey Bay in the north to the Ojai mountains in the south, and eastward to Tejon Pass @ Interstate 5. Many folks call this area the Santa Barbara mountains, but it is so vast that it covers way more than just the coastline.
The National Forest Service makes two forest maps and two wilderness maps; USDA maps include:
NatGeo, short for National Geographic makes three Trails Illustrated maps for the area:
Tom Harrison created the best hiking topo – SESPE WILDERNESS TRAIL MAP
Snowy Mil Potreo Highway
more links for this area –