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West San Luis Rey River
Description: No developed recreation sites are located within this segment of the river corridor. The area offers opportunities for backpacking, mountain biking, remote camping, deer, turkey, and pigeon hunting, and fishing. From Highway 79, eight miles of dirt road take to you the Barker Valley Spur trailhead. The river corridor is a three-mile hike along an old roadbed and trail. The trail descends the west side of the drainage and ends in a large meadow on the north side of the west fork of the San Luis Rey River. A spring exists at the riverside of the meadow. The meadow area provides good camping. Another trail leads to the river corridor from Deer Flats. There is no road access to Barker Valley.
- Trail Measurement: 3.5 Miles
- Compass Latitude: 332031N
- Compass Longitude: 1164757W
- Numeric Latitude: 33.3419795
- Numeric Longitude: -116.7991892
- Elevation in Meters: 1552
- Elevation in Feet: 5092
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