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Camuesa Connector to Upper Oso Campground Shuttle

 Directions
 Waypoint Description Latitude Longitude
 Trailhead
 CAM001 Trailhead N 34 32.176 W 119 44.095
 Creek crossing
 CAM002 Cross Santa Ynez River N 34 32.206 W 119 44.062
 Landmark
 CAM003 Camuesa Connector sign N 34 32.228 W 119 44.036
 View spot
 CAM004 Ravine N 34 32.229 W 119 43.707
 View spot
 CAM005 Top of ridge N 34 32.701 W 119 43.874
 View spot
 CAM006 Bottom of canyon N 34 32.769 W 119 43.967
 View spot
 CAM007 Trail turns downhill N 34 33.042 W 119 44.195
 Landmark
 CAM008 Serpentine rock formations N 34 33.115 W 119 44.218
 Creek crossing
 CAM009 Dry stream crossing N 34 33.174 W 119 44.313
 View spot
 CAM010 Soft chaparral N 34 33.248 W 119 44.563
 View spot
 CAM011 Highest point of trip N 34 33.293 W 119 44.700
 Bear Right
 CAM012 Meadow junction N 34 33.490 W 119 45.000
 View spot
 CAM013 Meadow N 34 33.584 W 119 44.975
 Turn Left
 CAM014 Camuesa Rd. junction N 34 33.747 W 119 45.130
 Go straight
 SCZ002 Santa Cruz Trail junction N 34 33.886 W 119 45.943
 Campsite
 SCZ001 Upper Oso Campground N 34 33.452 W 119 46.268

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GPS USE NOTICE
Note: GPS coordinates are only accurate within the particular map datum from which they are recorded.
For example, the coordinates presented on these pages are all calibrated to the WGS 84 datum using the format of hddd mm.mmm.
Therefore when coordinates from these pages are entered into a GPS, it must also be set to use the WGS 84 map datum.
 
GPS receivers are inherently inaccurate. All coordinate systems are a projection of a three dimensional world onto a two dimensional system. Narrow canyons and tree cover are notorious for making readings difficult or inaccurate. We assume no responsibility for any harm done to anyone as a result of reading, using, or following these coordinates. The GPS coordinate information presented through this website may contain inaccuracies, and using this information may result in physical and legal risk. Many of these coordinates have not been verified, and we do not take responsibility for anyone becoming injured, lost, or arrested and/or sued for tresspassing or any other illegal activity as a result of using them.
Download the waypoints in Comma Separated Values


GPS USE NOTICE
Note: GPS coordinates are only accurate within the particular map datum from which they are recorded.
For example, the coordinates presented on these pages are all calibrated to the WGS 84 datum using the format of hddd mm.mmm.
Therefore when coordinates from these pages are entered into a GPS, it must also be set to use the WGS 84 map datum.
 
GPS receivers are inherently inaccurate. All coordinate systems are a projection of a three dimensional world onto a two dimensional system. Narrow canyons and tree cover are notorious for making readings difficult or inaccurate. We assume no responsibility for any harm done to anyone as a result of reading, using, or following these coordinates. The GPS coordinate information presented through this website may contain inaccuracies, and using this information may result in physical and legal risk. Many of these coordinates have not been verified, and we do not take responsibility for anyone becoming injured, lost, or arrested and/or sued for tresspassing or any other illegal activity as a result of using them.