Ennisbrook Loop - Montecito

The Best Town Walks in Montecito & Fun Things to do in Montecito



Mileage: 1-3 • Path: Dirt Path • Region: Montecito
User Types: Walks, Dog Walks, Family Friendly, Biking, Running, Kid Safe
Features: Not too far from Oprah's estate.

One of the most beautiful strolls through an oak woodland environment. Almost entirely level. The oak forests are deep in the heart of Montecito and provide a glimpse of why this area received its name which means "little forest" or "little woods" in Spanish.

Walk Details

  • Length: 13 miles
  • Path Type: Dirt single track trails and roads.
  • Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible with a few rough spots.
  • Cautions: Poison oak off the trails.
  • Use Fees: None
  • Canine: OK for dogs on leash.
  • Hours: Open from sunrise to sunset.
  • Attractions:

    Beautiful oak forests and stone bridges.

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User Types: Hiker , Dog Walkers , Kids , Bicyclists , Trail Runners , Families
Features: Not too far from Oprah's estate.
Region: Montecito

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Get Directions To The Ennisbrook Loop Trailhead

Driving Directions
Get Directions to Ennisbrook which is located at 34.425434,-119.622204.

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Access / Getting There

From Santa Barbara, drive southbound on Highway 101  and exit on San Ysidro Road in Montecito. Turn left, cross Highway 101, and continue one block to San Leandro Lane. Turn right on San Leandro and drive 0.7 miles to the parking area near the white picket fence (1710 San Leandro Lane). Along the way, San Leandro is slightly offset, forcing you to turn left and then back to the right to stay on it.

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Last Updated: Monday, November 10, 2014