To get to the trail hike along Romero Canyon Road and stay to the right. Land Manager. Post Jul 10, 2019 #4 2019-07-10T02:47. Romero Canyon Trail. More technical riders will … Lemmon, to the Wilderness of Rock area, and to the scenic Sabino Basin and Sabino Canyon area to the south and east. tallsquirrel. DCast89 (Aug 10, 2019 at 22:40) Epic downhill and easily accessible in Santa Barbara doorstep. Here, the road arrives at a locked Forest Service gate and meets East Camino Cielo Road. Arriving at Romero Pass took about 2 hours and 40 minutes of hard effort on the Romero Canyon Trail – it only took another 3 or 4 minutes for my friend Richard to appear on the West Fork trail. 23 47. Nice Humboldt Lily pic. Catalina State Park. Romero Canyon Trail Reports. A very rare flower in my experience. At the 3.25 mile mark the Romero Canyon Trail meets the Ocean View Trail, about a half mile east of Romero Saddle and arrive at another 4-way intersection. ... Mostly a green to blue flow trail with short rocky sections that might border on black. The trail follows Romero Creek til you get to Romero Pools then it exits the Canyon and crosses over to Montrose canyon. Romero Canyon January, 2005 Romero Canyon during my first hike there in the spring of 2001. Hard . After 0.6 easy miles on the Romero Canyon trail you come to the first signed intersection. I have completed two trails in Catalina State Park: Romero Ruins and Romero Canyon trail to Romero Pools. For the loop hike back, from this juncture, turn left and head west up Romero-Camuesa Road to Romero Saddle. At Romero Pass you have a number of trails to choose from. Cathedral Rock Trail #26, a rugged and difficult route, provides access from Romero Pass to all the Front Range trails. This was our meeting spot for today – he started at Molino Basin and was about 13 miles into an east/west crossing of the Santa Catalina Mountains. Mountain Bike ... Blue . Found it easier to follow the stream bed than the trail. There are nice views along the north part of the Catalinas, country not often seen in Tucson. The Romero canyon Trail was very scenic with views of Cathedral Peak to the south and the ever changing creek along the trail. The canyon is somewhat open near the bottom but narrows soon thereafter, with the trail crossing and recrossing the creek a number of times, and rarely very far from it. Just past the second creek crossing is a slide area that can provide a bit of worry on the crossing. Romero is a fire road with singletrack options. USFS. The lower section is … Just down the road, North Romero Trail continues into Blue Canyon. Day-glo Lizard. Since the trail is south facing and mostly exposed to the sun (after you emerge from the tree cover), Romero Canyon is one of the few Santa Barbara trails that isn’t lined with poison oak. Hiked Blue Canyon Trail from the Forbush Flat trail to the Romero Trail yesterday as part of a loop trip . How to Get to Romero Pools – Romero Canyon Trail. Canyon Loop Trail to Romero Trail to Montrose Pools. Les chiens sont les bienvenus sur ce sentier mais seulement en laisse. At Romero Pass you have a number of trails to choose from. 23 47. tallsquirrel. Hiking trip report, map, and photos for Mount Lemmon via Romero Canyon and Sutherland Loop, located in Coronado National Forest, Arizona. Eventually the canyon becomes mostly forested with pinyon pine and alligator juniper entering the mix and the trail begins a steep climb up to Romero Pass (7.2 miles, 5320 ft) with views back down canyon and south up at the Cathedral Rocks. Physical Rating. Overview Romero Pools is a short hike that starts at the Romero Canyon Trailhead in Catalina State Park, northeast of Tucson, Arizona. Occasionally referred to as North Romero Trail, this lesser known trail allows one to access Blue Canyon Camp and makes for an interesting hike of about 6 miles roundtrip. First added by Greg Heil on Apr 20, 2020. Hiked from Upper Romero Canyon junction to Romero Camuesa Road. Again this trail is mostly flat. Le sentier offre plusieurs activités et est accessible toute l'année. Water in the pools, and water in Sutherland Wash. 2.1mi — 1h 16m Show 8 More Check-Ins Nov 30, 2019 Semi Feral. Trail Supporters, Builders & Maintainers of Romero Canyon Road Trail. Romero Canyon was one of our favorite trails from Santa Barbara. March 2015. Romero Trail is one of the few front country trails which actually constitutes a loop. Hang a left onto the Canyon loop trail which now swings generally north. Romero Canyon is located in the Santa Ynez Mountains to the north of the city of Santa Barbara, California. 7 trails on an interactive map of the trail network. March 2015. While the former is a shorter loop, boasting a vibrant spring bouquet, the latter is a well-trafficked, 5.5 mile out … Though no longer maintained and somewhat scarred by past use by motorcyclists, the Island … Following the cairns along a section of washed out trail in Romero Canyon. The trail is in great shape and the trail crews have reciently done a great job of cutting back the vegitation along the trail. This is because the canyon trail starts at the bottom of Romero Road, now abandoned, and then intersects it again about two-thirds of the way to the crest. This is a 24.4 mile loop hike with 7500 cumulative feet of elevation gain that takes about 10-14 hours to complete. The Romero Canyon Trail actually begins in Montrose Canyon and climbs to a knife's edge between Romero and Montrose Creeks. The trail crosses the fire road at about 4.5 miles and at the very top. Local Popularity. It takes most people at least an hour and a half to get there and about the same to get back. The Romero Trail continues north, dropping down a thin canyon. Choked with chaparral, sycamores, and oaks, the sandstone Romero Canyon provides a lush, wildlife-filled channel to snow-capped mountains and ocean views of the Channel Islands.The 7.5-mile loop from the canyon to Santa Ynez Ridge treks over creeks and cascades, offering up shade and swimming holes to hikers who need relief from the Southern California heat. There are some nice canyon overlooks along the way too. Romero Canyon Trail est un sentier en boucle de 5.5 miles très fréquenté situé près de Santa Barbara, Californie. Dogs Allowed. The next 1.7 miles are a steep and rocky climb to Romero Pools. The hike takes you to a beautiful desert oasis set in a canyon with water that flows most, if not all of the year. Fairy Duster and Mariposa. Trail well graded but eroded in areas. Upper Blue Canyon Camp comes just before the second crossing of the creek. status date description; Aug 17, 2020 @ 12:32am. The fire road climb is a sustained climb with some decent grunts along the way. Worth the fire road climb. Soon you'll see a sign for the Romero Canyon Trail diverging off the road to the left as you go around a bend. Lemmon, to the Wilderness of Rock area, and to the scenic Sabino Basin and Sabino Canyon area to the south and east. Romero Canyon is another very popular canyon to the east of Cold Springs Canyon, San Ysidro Canyon and Rattlesnake Canyon.Similiar to its neighboring canyons’ trails, the Romaero Canyon trail climbs gently along a year-round stream, and eventually terminates on East Camino Cielo Road. A hundred yards along Romero Road, just after you cross the creek, the Romero Trail begins. + 0. In Romero Canyon A Wildflower Journal Posted on April 10, 2020 by Doug Smith April 5, 2020 We hiked from Catalina State Park into the mountains, climbing up the Romero Canyon Trail to Romero Pools and back. If you’re needing overnight lodging, then Tucson would be your best place to look. Connecting trails provide routes to the summit of Mt. Though the creek is small the canyon is very picturesque. Water present in washes and sections of the trail. Activities. Bushwacking and boulder hopping necessary. Water Source: Flowing: Water Source Details: Water flowing at 1' to 2' depth at junction with upper Romero Trail. This part might be a little difficult for beginners, but still worth it once you get to the pools. The park is conveniently located just 30 minutes of the big city of Tucson and just 5 minutes from the smaller city of Oro Valley. Le sentier longe une rivière et sa difficulté est évaluée comme modérée. From here the Romero Canyon Trail continues north along a small creek, crosses the Romero-Camuesa Road and heads down into Blue Canyon. Follow the Romero Canyon Trail as it follows Romero Creek up the canyon while crossing back and forth over it from one side to the other. To get to the trail head find your way to Gibraltar Road in the foothills behind Santa Barbara, near where Sheffield Reservoir Open Space is located. Yes Global Ranking #19487 in Mountain Biking. This camp is little more than a widening in the trail, but has a fire ring and sometimes camp furniture to mark it. Aug 17, 2020. From Romero Pass I wandered off-trail to random points and points where Bighorn Sheep have stood, slowly collecting vegetation data as a volunteer for a AZGF research project. In fact, while hiking thru, I thought they cut back far more than was needed but, at least the trail … Romero Canyon Road Details. The trail is split up an upper and lower section. Returning with Dennis in January, 2005. Good views in this Canyon also, particularly since the monsoon rains turned everything green. Romero Canyon mountain bike trail map. The most popular route is to ride the approximately 6 mile fire road up to Camino Cielo, return that route and about halfway down finish your descent on the Romero Canyon singletrack. Mountain bikers will often choose to take the fire road up and the single track trail down. On the ascent, hikers are treated to breathtaking views of the Santa Catalina Mountains. Eventually it will take you to Blue Canyon and if you go far enough, the Santa Ynez River. 8. Connecting trails provide routes to the summit of Mt. Once there, this is a fast, technical, challenging descent that's an absolute riot! Snow/ice/fallen trees may be present at/above 6000'. Use Romero Canyon Road to climb to the top of this trail. Romero Canyon hiking trail in Pusch Ridge Wilderness, Arizona. Another route you can take is the Romero Canyon Trail, a much more rocky technical route. Pools in Romero Canyon – above Romero Pools. 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