Tilden Regional Park to Redwood Regional Park

Berkley, California

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Climb to dramatic views from San Pablo Ridge, descend to wooded streamsides, and traverse open grasslands: This challenging trip along the spine of the East Bay Hills crosses varied landscapes on trails that range from wide and rocky service roads to duff- covered narrow paths. You’ll find sheltered, tree-covered sections and exposed, breezy segments, and often encounter fog that rolls in from the Golden Gate. You’ll gain and lose considerable elevation in short stretches—an 860-foot gain in Tilden Regional Park and a 600-foot loss in Robert Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve.
Climb to dramatic views from San Pablo Ridge, descend to wooded streamsides, and traverse open grasslands: This challenging trip along the spine of the East Bay Hills crosses varied landscapes on trails that range from wide and rocky service roads to duff- covered narrow paths. You’ll find sheltered, tree-covered sections and exposed, breezy segments, and often encounter fog that rolls in from the Golden Gate. You’ll gain and lose considerable elevation in short stretches—an 860-foot gain in Tilden Regional Park and a 600-foot loss in Robert Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve.

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Activity Type: Hiking, Horseback Riding, Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Berkley
Distance: 9.3
Trail Type: Shuttle
Season: Year-round
Topo Map: Tilden Regional Park to Redwood Regional Park Topographic Map
Guide Book: Bay Area Ridge Trail: The Official Guide for Hikers, Mountain Bikers and Equestrians Guide Book
Driving Directions: View Directions
Trail Directions: View Guide

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