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San Ysidro to Romero Trail

 Directions
 Waypoint Description Latitude Longitude
 Trailhead
 SYT001 Trailhead N 34 26.762 W 119 37.318
 Bear Left
 SYT002 Follow trail signs N 34 26.871 W 119 37.321
 Turn Right
 SYT003 Old Pueblo Trail junction N 34 27.050 W 119 37.321
 Landmark
 OPT001 Trail next to road N 34 26.928 W 119 37.230
 GoStraight
 OPT002 Junction with road N 34 26.950 W 119 37.083
 View spot
 OPT003 Large boulder with plaque N 34 26.955 W 119 37.073
 Turn Left
 OPT004 Wiman trail junction N 34 26.879 W 119 36.988
 Landmark
 OPT005 Broken dam N 34 26.898 W 119 36.907
 Landmark
 OPT006 Iron sign N 34 26.885 W 119 36.815
 Turn Left
 OPT007 End of Old Pueblo trail N 34 26.881 W 119 36.721
 Turn Left
 BVT001 Buena Vista Trail junction N 34 26.928 W 119 36.655
 Landmark
 BVT002 Trail Easement Sign N 34 27.039 W 119 36.650
 Bear Right
 BVT003 Y-junction with Buena Vista sign N 34 27.297 W 119 36.655
 Turn Left
 BVT004 Junction with dirt road N 34 27.262 W 119 36.500
 Go straight
 EDR001 Trail junction on right N 34 27.231 W 119 36.358
 Landmark
 EDR002 Highest point on road N 34 27.362 W 119 36.041
 Bear Left
 EDR003 Junction in the road N 34 27.459 W 119 35.736
 High Point
 EDR004 Bluff at top of climb N 34 27.518 W 119 35.576
 Creek crossing
 EDR005 Cross stream N 34 27.572 W 119 35.502
 Turn Right
 ROM007 Romero Canyon Trail junction N 34 27.562 W 119 35.498
 Turn Right
 ROM006 Junction with dirt road N 34 27.480 W 119 35.450
 Turn Right
 ROM004 Junction in the road N 34 27.419 W 119 35.546
 Go straight
 EDR003 Junction with Edison road N 34 27.459 W 119 35.736
 Turn Right
 BVT003 Y-junction with Buena Vista sign N 34 27.297 W 119 36.655
 Switchbacks
 BVT003a Top of switchbacks N 34 27.358 W 119 36.942
 Turn left
 SYT007 San Ysidro Trail junction N 34 27.406 W 119 37.369
 Trailhead
 SYT001 Trailhead N 34 26.762 W 119 37.318

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