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Las Trampas to Mt. Diablo Regional Trail

Intermediate

Trail

5.7 mile 9.1 kilometer point to point
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 856' 261 m
Descent: -880' -268 m
High: 929' 283 m
Low: 308' 94 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 6% (3°)
Max Grade: 25% (14°)

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Trail shared by John Rabold

A regional trail connecting communities and trails.

John Rabold

Features Birding · Views · Wildlife

Dogs are not permitted on trails in Mount Diablo State Park. Bicycles are permitted or prohibited as posted. Dogs must be leashed as posted.

Description

This regional trail provides trail access between the east edge of Las Trampas Regional Wilderness and the southwest corner of Mount Diablo State Park, at Macedo Ranch Staging Area. This unusual trail winds its way through several neighborhoods and open space areas, sometimes as singletrack, sometimes as dirt road, and sometimes as sidewalk.

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First and only gate on the trail - 0.4 miles from start
Sep 30, 2018 near Alamo, CA
Sunlight filtering through the oak trees
Sep 30, 2018 near Alamo, CA
Beginning of the Hike - left of the street from where you park
Sep 30, 2018 near Alamo, CA
Joining the Madrone trail. take right and keep climbing
Sep 30, 2018 near Alamo, CA
Initial ascent - road is quite steep
Sep 30, 2018 near Alamo, CA
Sign showing the intersection with the Madrone Trail
Sep 30, 2018 near Alamo, CA

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