Injured Hiker Airlifted from Seven Falls Hiking Area

Injured hiker rescued from Seven Falls on July 7, 2024 (Photo: Santa Barbara County Search & Rescue)

An injured hiker was airlifted from Seven Falls on Sunday.

At 11:59 a.m., emergency personnel received a report of a 24-year-old female hiker sustaining a leg injury from a fall while hiking Tunnel Trail up to Seven Falls.

Santa Barbara County Firefighters and Search & Rescue crews arrived in the 1400 block of Tunnel Road.

The hiker was located and determined to have moderate injuries. They were airlifted to a ground ambulance and transported to Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital for treatment.

Edhat Staff

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    • Good stuff Kirk, couldn’t agree more. The trails are not parks or urban sidewalks, and phones aren’t our automatic saviors. I do think there are plenty of folks around here who can sprain an ankle and be able to get themselves out without a helicopter crew and a bunch of internet attention. They’re usually easy to spot on the trails, as are the ones who can’t deal.

  1. Ouch! I hope it’s not too bad. That’s a tricky spot up there. Glad to see so many young people out there though. My kids have been up there with buddies a lot this summer. Get outdoors and have fun, but be smart and safe!

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