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Sierra Club Hike | Cold Springs to Little Caliente Hot Springs


COLD SPRINGS TO LITTLE CALIENTE HOT SPRINGS: Hike down Cold Springs Trail from E. Camino Cielo past Forbush Flat. Strenuous 12 mile round-trip. Hike by a natural spring, across the Santa Ynez River, and through Mono Campground to Little Caliente Hot Springs. Bring swim suit and towel for dip in spring. Bring lunch and plenty of water. 

TONY 455-4212

IMPORTANT: Please read the description carefully. Do not attend a hike that is above your ability. The ratings (easy, moderate, strenuous etc.) are based on someone who already hikes in our local mountains regularly.

You may be asked not to join the hike because of the following:

  • Lack of appropriate clothing/footwear.
  • Lack of sufficient water. TWO LITERS is a good starting point.
  • Lack of adequate gear. Please bring a backpack to carry your lunch and water.
  • Lack of sufficient food if the hike may last most of the day.
  • The hike leader has the right to refuse letting someone join the hike for any reason

Please be prepared for an all-day adventure.

WAIVER: All participants on Sierra Club outings are required to sign a standard liability waiver. If you would like to read the liability waiver before you choose to participate on an outing, refer to it on the public website:

Outings Waiver: https://content.sierraclub.org/outings/sites/content.sierraclub.org.outings/files/individual_waiver.pdf

A copy of this will be provided at the start of the hike so you do not need to print it out before you come.




Sierra Club: Santa Barbara Group

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