Area Status: Open
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[image] Reyes Peak Trailhead

Reyes Peak Trailhead is a higher elevation (6980 ft.) trailhead on the Ojai Ranger District.  It is at the end of Reyes Peak Road, also known as Pine Mountain Road.  The trailhead is open from approximatelly May 1st through December 15th.  The large dirt parking area accommodates approximately 12 vehicles, including a horse trailer.

The Reyes Peak Trail (23W04) provides access to the Sespe Wilderness within ½ mile from the trailhead.  Hike about 100 yards past the barrier on the old roadbed. [An obscure path leads sough off the main trail approximately 1.5 miles to the top of Reyes Peak (7514 ft)]. Keep to the left and follow the main trail, which stays on the north slope 4 miles until you reach Haddock Peak.  The trail drops steeply to Haddock Camp where water is available most of the year.  Trail ends at tis junction with Gene Marshall-Piedra Blanca National Recreation Trail (22W03).

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Road will close on 12/16/19. No vehicle access to the trailhead
Reservations: No reservations. 
Fees No fee for parking at the Reyes Peak Trailhead. 
Usage: Medium
Best Season: Spring/Summer/Fall
Busiest Season: Summer
Restrictions: No overnight camping at the trailhead area. Camping is only allowed in nearby Pine Mountain or Reyes Peak Campgrounds. These campgrounds are concession-managed by the Parks Managmenet Company effective November 1, 2016. $20/night and $10/per night per extra vehicle. Day use in the campgrounds is $10/day per vehicle.  For current fire restrictions, please contact the Ojai Ranger Station at 8085-646-4348 X 0 or visit 
Closest Towns: Ojai, approximately 41 miles
Water: None
Restroom: Vault toilet
Operated By: Forest Service
Information Center: Ojai Ranger District Office
1190 E. Ojai Ave.
Ojai, CA 93023
(805) 646-4348

General Information


From Highway 33/150 junction in Ojai, turn north on Highway 33 and continue 30 miles.  Turn right at the Pine Mountain Summit on Forest Road 6N06.  This is also known as the Reyes Peak Road or Pine Mountain Road.  Continue ahead for approximately 7 miles to the trailhead. 

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