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Arroyo Burro Trail: Jesusita to Camino Cielo

 Directions
 Waypoint Description Latitude Longitude
 Trailhead
 JES001 Trailhead N 34 27.266 W 119 43.727
 Go straight
 JES002 Stephens Park junction N 34 27.325 W 119 43.741
 Landmark
 JES003 Avocado orchard N 34 27.480 W 119 43.703
 Landmark
 JES004 New picnic table N 34 27.599 W 119 43.695
 Cross creek
 JES005 Minor stream N 34 27.634 W 119 43.695
 Bear left
 JES006 Arroyo Burro junction N 34 27.658 W 119 43.767
 S-curve
 ABS001 Junction with road N 34 27.704 W 119 43.847
 Landmark
 ABS002 Stone bench N 34 27.690 W 119 43.921
 Go right
 ABS003 Trail sign N 34 27.803 W 119 44.028
 Bear left
 ABS004 Junction in the road N 34 27.933 W 119 44.156
 Bear left
 ABS005 Dirt Road N 34 28.025 W 119 44.098
 Bear left
 ABS006 Dirt Road N 34 28.176 W 119 44.281
 Landmark
 ABS007 Green water tank N 34 28.290 W 119 44.385
 Bear left
 ABS008 Junction in road N 34 28.308 W 119 44.396
 View spot
 ABS009 Edison towers N 34 28.561 W 119 44.477
 Bear left
 ABS010 Trail starts N 34 28.651 W 119 44.559
 View spot
 ABS011 Autograph Rock N 34 28.696 W 119 44.561
 View spot
 ABS012 Lookout point N 34 28.759 W 119 44.553
 Landmark
 ABS013 Small meadow N 34 29.020 W 119 44.631
 Go right
 ABS014 Dirt road N 34 29.305 W 119 44.934
 Cross creek
 ABS015 Creek Crossing N 34 29.371 W 119 44.888
 Cross creek
 ABS016 Creek Crossing N 34 29.429 W 119 44.851
 Cross creek
 ABS017 Creek Crossing N 34 29.567 W 119 44.701
 Landmark
 ABS018 Water trough N 34 29.622 W 119 44.725
 View spot
 ABS019 Small spring N 34 29.651 W 119 44.727
 Cross creek
 ABS020 Creek crossing N 34 30.126 W 119 45.055
 Return
 ABS021 Camino Cielo N 34 30.301 W 119 45.183

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