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QR CODES FOR MAPS OF SANTA BARBARA'S FRONT COUNTRY TRAILS

QR codes are "quick response" codes designed to be used with most modern smartphones for a quick link to a web page, contact info, or in this case a Mobile Map® of Santa Barbara's Front Country Trails. Scan from your desktop or open directly through your mobile device.

Instructions:

*ATTENTION iPHONE USERS, PLEASE READ INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE SCANNING

*ATTENTION- GOOGLE EARTH APP NOW REQUIRED TO VIEW MOBILE MAPS

iPhone Users: Scan codes using the RedLaser app- required, Easy VFR app- also required, map will open in Google Earth app.

Android Users: Scan codes with any QR reader app and map will open in Google Earth app.

 

Features - Each of these maps contains data inserted into the trail symbols including distances, elevation gain, and points of interest. Use the GPS feature to track your location along the route.

Troubleshooting - Have the latest version of apps installed. If trouble viewing try clearing the data and cache from the map program or turning off device and restarting.

(Mobile Phone Able- Clicking each symbol in your mobile phone browser will open the desired map)

San Roque Canyon Trails - Jesusita and Arroyo Burro Trails

San Roque Canyon Trails

 

 

 

Tunnel Trail Head Area Trails - Tunnel, Jesusita, 7 Falls, Cathedral Peak, and Powerlines

Tunnel Trail Area Trails

 

 

 

Rattlesnake Canyon Trail

Rattlesnake Canyon Trail

 

 

 

Cold Spring Canyon Trails- Cold Spring Trail, West Fork, Tangerine Falls, Montecito Peak

Cold Spring Trail

 

 

 

Hot Springs & San Ysidro Area Trails

Hot Springs, Vincent, Girard, McMenemy, Old Pueblo, San Ysidro Trails

Hot Springs and San Ysidro Area Trails

 

 

 

Buena Vista Trail

Buena Vista Trails

 

 

 

 

Romero Canyon Trails- Romero Canyon Trail, Romero Fire Road, Island View Trail

Romero Canyon Trail

 
Examples Of Possible QR Codes Uses

A Sample Carsonite Marker With QR Code Sticker on Cold Spring Trail (sticker digitally rendered)

Carsonite QR Marker

 

A Trail User Scans The QR Code On A Trail Sign Along Rattlesnake Canyon Trail (prop sign not installed)

Rattlesnake Trail Head Signage With QR Code

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