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Hot Springs Overnight Backpack-Ap 14-15

An adventure to remember


Service Description

The Sespe Wilderness area in Los Padres National Forest is a truly wild place that will leave you contemplating how it is possible that you're only 60 minutes or so from the sprawling metropolis of Los Angeles. A backpacking adventure here is an amazing experience featuring beautiful trails, exquisite vistas, excellent hot-springs for relaxing, and plenty of wildlife-viewing opportunities. The Sespe Creek Trail is a roughly 18-mile route that follows the creek as it weaves through the canyon, creating a number of swimming holes and passing plenty of pleasant groves that are perfect for back-country camping. Our first day will take us 8.5 miles ending near 108°F Willett Hot Springs. The hot pools will be great by relaxing moonlight as we enjoy a great gourmet back-country meal and camaraderie. On Saturday, we will wake up, enjoy our breakfast and coffee in the wilderness, enjoy the morning, and pack our gear to head back. These springs are one of the last truly remote and isolated springs around. A great overnighter seeing one of the most epic hot springs in Southern California. Wildlife is abundant here: mountain lions and black bear have been seen roaming these hills, and bighorn sheep and condors are also in the area. All in all, the Sepse Creek Trail is a wonderful destination for California backpacking. CONTACT US TO SIGN UP - DON'T MISS OUT - SPACE IS LIMITED info@howtrek.com - 818-929-2146


Upcoming Sessions

  • 300 US dollars

Available spots


Contact Details

+ 818-929-2146

info@howtrek.com

Calabasas, CA, USA

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