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761 ft.
Starting Point of California Byway #154
Byway Route #154 starts about 10 Miles from the Town of Los Alamos, California on the United States Highway #101.
2.3
3.7
833 ft.
Foxen Canyon Road
This road leads to Santa Ynez Valley, California where the main Rail Station is situated. Passes by Neverland Ranch.
2.7
4.4
833 ft.
Los Olivos, California
Los Olivos is a small town which had been home to many well-known celebrities. Neverland Ranch once owned by the Popstar Michael Jackson is located 5 miles from here.
3.8
6.1
827 ft.
Santa Ynez Street
Passes through Old Crest Farm and runs around the town of Los Olivos, California.
5.8
9.4
682 ft.
Baseline Avenue
West to the community of Ballard, California, one of the communities making up the Santa Ynez Valley.
8.0
12.9
689 ft.
Junction of Armour Ranch Road/California State Highway 246
Junction of Armour Ranch Road & CA State Highway 246, which goes west to the community of Santa Ynez, CA, Santa Ynez Airport, A Glider Port is located near the Santa Ynez Airport.
10.0
16.1
525 ft.
Armour Ranch Road

12.1
19.4
689 ft.
Cachuma Village Road
East to Cachuma Lake, a man-made lake in Santa Ynez Valley, and Bradbury Dam constructed in 1953.
14.5
23.3
830 ft.
Lakeview Drive
Runs along the Cachuma Lake near the Bradbury Dam.
15.1
24.3
804 ft.
Forest Route #6N04
Camp Whittier Road
15.7
25.3
883 ft.
Rancho Allegre Road
Access to Rancho Allegre Road
16.7
26.9
791 ft.
Lake Cachuma Recreational Area
225 Highway 154, Santa Barbara, CA. Activities/amenities include boating, camping, fishing, hiking, marina, boat rentals.
20.1
32.3
817 ft.
San Marcos Pass
A mountain pass that runs through the Santa Ynez Mountains.
20.4
32.9
892 ft.
Stagecoach Road

21.4
34.4
1204 ft.
Paradise Road
Leads to Paradise Park and extends through Paradise Valley. Intersects Stagecoach Road.
22.7
36.6
1473 ft.
Stagecoach Road
Runs deep into Los Padres National Forest, on its way it features Cold Springs Arch Bridge.
23.1
37.2
1768 ft.
Stage Coach Road

24.2
38.9
2188 ft.
El Camino Cielo Road/Forest Route 5N12
This road offers some spectacular views of the Santa Ynez Valley. Rosario Park Road (Muddy road).
24.9
40.1
1903 ft.
West Camino Cielo

25.3
40.7
1788 ft.
Hidden Valley Road

26.1
42.0
1529 ft.
Hidden Valley Road
This road connects to the California Byway #154 San Marcos Pass Road.
26.5
42.6
1404 ft.
N San Marcos Road/Painted Cave Road
Painted Cave Rd goes north to the Chumash Painted Cave State Historic Park (Tel. 805-733-3713): contains rock art by Chumash Native Americans carved from towering sandstone boulders on the cave walls. To the south, N San Marcos Rd joins CA State Highway 1/US Highway 101.
27.1
43.6
1234 ft.
Rest Area
Rest stop for long driving vehicles
29.3
47.2
696 ft.
San Marcos Pass Road
A narrow road diverting from the Main Highway #154.
29.7
47.8
574 ft.
San Antonio Creek Road
This road takes one through downtown Goleta, California. San Antonio Canyon Park (805 San Antonio Creek Rd): playgrounds, open areas, volleyball, picnic space, horseshoe pits, parking space.
30.9
49.7
348 ft.
Bridge
An bridge over State Highway #154 connecting Via Chapparral and Via Galfero, Salvar Road.
31.3
50.3
220 ft.
End of Byway Route #154
At this Intersection of State Highway #192, Foothill Road, Byway San Marcos Pass ends in the downtown area of the City of Santa Barbara, California near Cold Spring Tavern (north of the city). It was established in 1865 and functioned as a stagecoach stop. Originally called 'Cold Spring Relay Station,' it served as a place to change horses and where travelers can rest and enjoy a meal. There a number of places of interest for tourists in the city of Santa Barbara, California. Some of them are : Mission Santa Barbara, 'The Queen of the Missions,' national historic landmark, The Santa Barbara County Courthouse, Presidio of Santa Barbara, Stearns Wharf, Summer Solstice Parade, Alameda Park, De la Guerra Plaza and many more.