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Distance from HQ: 6.5 miles

Elevation gain/loss: +1440/-1920 feet

Camp elevation: 2,200 feet

Picnic table: no

Outhouse:  no

Water: nearby Willow Ridge Spring

Number of sites: 1, for groups of 1-8 people.

Willow Ridge campsite

This site provides a welcome resting spot after you've climbed almost to the top of the ridge on the incredibly steep, heart-pounding Willow Ridge Trail. The camp is about 200 feet below the crest of Willow Ridge on a short side trail.  Along the spur, you'll pass a spring that's been flowing sparingly if at all in recent years.

Willow Ridge Spring is seasonal, usually dry by late summer.  Be careful, there is encroaching poison oak near spring and along the trail leading to the campsites.

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