Best Trails Near Livermore CA

Livermore has 20 trails in the vicinity, including 10 hiking trails and 4 for road biking. These trails range from 2.2 to 110 miles in length. The longest trail in Livermore is Mount Hamilton Loop a well-known trail measuring 110 miles in total length.

The most popular trails are The Ohlone Wilderness Trail (Backpacking), Morgan Territory Regional Preserve: Bob Walker Ridge Trail and Murietta Falls Trail. Trails.com member Danica E. recently completed Mines Road and Del Puerto Canyon.

More information on the best trails in Livermore can be found below.
  • Lake Del Valle

    2 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    Long, narrow lake in a hilly woodland setting. Operated by the East Bay Regional Park District, the 5,000-acre Del Valle Regional Park offers picnicking, 150 camping sites, swimming, boating, ...
    •  Day trip
    •  14.6 miles
    •  Guide

    Long, narrow lake in a hilly woodland setting. Operated by the East Bay Regional Park District, the 5,000-acre Del Valle ...

  • Morgan Territory Regional Preserve: Bob Walker Ridge Trail

    2 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    This is one of the most remote and scenic parks in the East Bay, perched at 2000 feet on the southeastern edge of Mt. Diablo State Park, within sight of Livermore, Altamont Pass, and the Central ...
    •  4 hours
    •  5.9 miles
    •  Guide

    This is one of the most remote and scenic parks in the East Bay, perched at 2000 feet on the southeastern edge of Mt. Diablo ...

  • Murietta Falls Trail

    2 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    The route tops out on Rocky Ridge at 2.3 miles, drops 500 feet in 0.5 mile, and then climbs another 1200 feet to Wauhab Ridge. You’ll reach Johnnys Pond at 4.7 miles. Turn right at the junction ...
    •  8 hours
    •  11.5 miles
    •  Guide

    The route tops out on Rocky Ridge at 2.3 miles, drops 500 feet in 0.5 mile, and then climbs another 1200 feet to Wauhab Ridge. ...

  • The Ohlone Wilderness Trail (Backpacking)

    1 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    The Ohlone Trail journeys through some of the Bay Area’s most remote terrain, a point-to-point adventure remarkable for its far-reaching views, majestic oak woodlands, and profuse spring wildflowers. ...
    •  3 days
    •  19.4 miles
    •  Guide

    The Ohlone Trail journeys through some of the Bay Area’s most remote terrain, a point-to-point adventure remarkable for its ...

  • Del Valle Regional Park: Ridgeline Loop Trail

    1 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    Although boating and fishing on artificial Lake Del Valle are the prime attractions of this regional park, there are also fine trails to explore in the surrounding hills. This loop follows the ...
    •  3 hours
    •  4.8 miles
    •  Guide

    Although boating and fishing on artificial Lake Del Valle are the prime attractions of this regional park, there are also ...

  • Morgan Territory Regional Preserve

    1 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    Morgan Territory’s name whispers of the wilderness, evoking pioneers, wagon trains, and epic journeys. This loop rambles through a lavish landscape of grassland and oaks, drops down off a ridge, ...
    •  2.5 hours
    •  4.7 miles
    •  Guide

    Morgan Territory’s name whispers of the wilderness, evoking pioneers, wagon trains, and epic journeys. This loop rambles ...

  • Del Valle Regional Park: East Shore Trail

    1 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    Located on the flanks of the hot, dry Livermore Valley, Lake Del Valle is an artificial impoundment on Arroyo del Valle, and the lake’s surrounding parklands contain many hiking trails, including ...
    •  4 hours
    •  8 miles
    •  Guide

    Located on the flanks of the hot, dry Livermore Valley, Lake Del Valle is an artificial impoundment on Arroyo del Valle, ...

  • Lake del Valle

    0 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    Hike a lakeshore and end with a splash at the beach
    •  1–2 hours
    •  2.2 miles
    •  Guide

    Hike a lakeshore and end with a splash at the beach

  • Sycamore Grove Park

    0 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    Groves of ancient sycamores, historic almond and olive orchards
    •  2–3 hours
    •  4.6 miles
    •  Guide

    Groves of ancient sycamores, historic almond and olive orchards

  • Lake Del Valle

    0 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    Here’s a cool canyon reservoir with a lot to offer the Bay Area angler. Lake Del Valle, also referred to as “DV,” is located just ten miles southeast of Livermore, past some wine country and ...
    •  Guide

    Here’s a cool canyon reservoir with a lot to offer the Bay Area angler. Lake Del Valle, also referred to as “DV,” is located ...

  • Mines Road and Del Puerto Canyon

    0 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    Mines Road and Del Puerto Canyon are popular with birders because they provide access to the heart of the dry interior Coast Range mountains. The roads are paved and are reasonably good, although ...
    •  Guide

    Mines Road and Del Puerto Canyon are popular with birders because they provide access to the heart of the dry interior Coast ...

  • Mount Hamilton Loop

    0 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    This is a huge ride, one of the longest and hardest in the book. This route is manageable for a fit but approximately average rider, it is also the better (easier) way to go around the ...
    •  110 miles
    •  Guide

    This is a huge ride, one of the longest and hardest in the book. This route is manageable for a fit but approximately ...

  • Ohlone Wilderness Regional Trail: Sunol to Del Valle

    0 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    This backpacking point-to-point trip, the only one of its kind in the East Bay Regional Park system, puts you in the heart of the Ohlone Wilderness, a rugged, remote, and beautiful area. Along ...
    •  3 days
    •  19.4 miles
    •  Guide

    This backpacking point-to-point trip, the only one of its kind in the East Bay Regional Park system, puts you in the heart ...

  • Lake Del Valle

    0 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    Five miles long, Lake Del Valle allows swimming, which is good since it is farther inland, so generally a bit hotter than the other lakes. Although powerboats are also allowed, what makes Del ...
    •  10 miles
    •  Guide

    Five miles long, Lake Del Valle allows swimming, which is good since it is farther inland, so generally a bit hotter than ...

  • Morgan Territory Loop

    0 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    This ride offers a good introduction to mountain biking. That does not mean flat; it means gently rolling hills and short climbs. Before you arrive at the trailhead, a narrow winding road to ...
    •  1 hour
    •  6.2 miles
    •  Guide

    This ride offers a good introduction to mountain biking. That does not mean flat; it means gently rolling hills and short ...

  • Ohlone Wilderness Regional Trail - Sunol to Del Valle (Backpacking)

    0 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    This backpacking trip, the only one of its kind in the East Bay Regional Park system, puts you in the heart of the Ohlone Wilderness, a rugged, remote, and beautiful area. Along the way, you ...
    •  3 days
    •  19.4 miles
    •  Guide

    This backpacking trip, the only one of its kind in the East Bay Regional Park system, puts you in the heart of the Ohlone ...

  • Patterson Pass and Corral Hollow

    0 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    It is often hard to imagine California as a desert and yet this is precisely what much of it would be were it not for the network of canals and aqueducts which transport the melting snow from ...
    •  44 miles
    •  Guide

    It is often hard to imagine California as a desert and yet this is precisely what much of it would be were it not for the ...

  • Mines Road of Livermore

    0 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    This out-and-back ride is very popular with the locals by virtue of its unique character as a country road with almost no traffic. After passing vineyards and farms, and then the turn-off for ...
    •  40 miles
    •  Guide

    This out-and-back ride is very popular with the locals by virtue of its unique character as a country road with almost no ...

  • The Windmills of Livermore

    0 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    A common sight along Highway 580 as it climbs over Altamont Pass just east of Livermore is the vast array of windmills built to generate electrical power for northern California. Some little-used ...
    •  32 miles
    •  Guide

    A common sight along Highway 580 as it climbs over Altamont Pass just east of Livermore is the vast array of windmills built ...

  • Morgan Territory Regional Preserve

    0 Reviews

    Livermore, CA

    Morgan Territory Road is about as remote as you can get, considering how close to the population centers of the Bay Area it is. This ride will lead you on a tour completely through Morgan Territory. ...
    •  1-2 hours
    •  7 miles
    •  Guide

    Morgan Territory Road is about as remote as you can get, considering how close to the population centers of the Bay Area ...