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West Fork Cold Spring Trail - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

W Fork Cold Spring Trail, Santa Barbara, CA, USA

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About West Fork Cold Spring Trail

This is a popular Multi Use Trail, which begins at the main Cold Spring Trail After a gentle uphill for 1/4 of a mile you reach a bench by the creek where you can sit and clear your mind with the gentle sounds of small waterfalls. it is one of the iconic attraction which is a mix of adventure and nature.


Attractions Near West Fork Cold Spring Trail

Lotusland
Lotusland1.82km from West Fork Cold Spring Trail

Lotusland is a globally renowned 37-acre estate and botanic garden situated in the foothills of Montecito, California.Theme gardens include the blue garden, theatre garden, and a Japanese garden. Other classic features are a topiary garden, horticultural clock, Neptune fountain, parterre and hedged allées.

Montecito Peak
Montecito Peak2.05km from West Fork Cold Spring Trail

Montecito Peak is a mountain in the Santa Ynez Mountains. This is a very popular area for hiking and trail running. This is especially a great place to watch the sunset. The main trail to Montecito Peaks is the Cold Springs Trail. Cold Springs Trail is a favorite downhill route for local mountain bikers so beware of fast riders.

Parma Park
Parma Park2.89km from West Fork Cold Spring Trail

Parma Park is a park located in Santa Barbara, California.The park is situated on State Route 192 about one mile west of its junction with State Route 144. The park itself is located in chaparral and oak-covered hills. The park is relatively primitive, with a handful of picnic tables; however it has several hiking and horse trails. The park is also the major landing zone for hang gliders and paragliders launching from Gibraltar Road.

Casa del Herrero
Casa del Herrero3.07km from West Fork Cold Spring Trail

Casa del Herrero is a home and gardens located in Montecito near Santa Barbara, California. It was designed by George Washington Smith, and is considered one of the finest examples of Spanish Colonial Revival architecture. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and made a National Historic Landmark on January 16, 2009.

Rattlesnake Canyon Park
Rattlesnake Canyon Park3.23km from West Fork Cold Spring Trail
Skofield Park
Skofield Park3.8km from West Fork Cold Spring Trail

This majestic and beautiful 35-acre Skofield Park is nestled high in the foothills adjacent to Rattlesnake Canyon Trail and along Mission Creek. It is covered with large grassy meadows and numerous native shade trees. It is a best place for walking, hiking, and wildlife viewing. This is the only city park with reservable camping areas for nonprofit youth groups.

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Santa Barbara County, California, officially the County of Santa Barbara. Whether you enjoy hiking, fine-dining, water sports, lazing on the beach, culture, or a great night-life, Santa Barbara has something for you. Its beautiful beaches, majestic mountains, and colorful culture make Santa Barbara a premier resort destination.

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