Volvon / Blue Oak Trail Loop

Diablo, California

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The distance between the developed areas of the East Bay and the Morgan Territory can be measured in more than miles. It can also be captured in peace and quiet, which is commonplace on these secluded trails. Draped across the hilly backside of the Diablo range, the hills and hollows of Morgan Territory Regional Preserve are a rare prize, a quiet tucked-away treasure of expansive vistas and wildflower fields. The park harbors a perfect confluence of seclusion and great scenery, but arguably its most significant feature is the solitude. Morgan Territory lies outside the busy interstate corridors that define the East Bay, rendering trail traffic light and expanding options for hikers seeking a quiet, contemplative trek.

Volvon / Blue Oak Trail Loop Professional Review and Guide

"The distance between the developed areas of the East Bay and the Morgan Territory can be measured in more than miles. It can also be captured in peace and quiet, which is commonplace on these secluded trails. Draped across the hilly backside of the Diablo range, the hills and hollows of Morgan Territory Regional Preserve are a rare prize, a quiet tucked-away treasure of expansive vistas and wildflower fields. The park harbors a perfect confluence of seclusion and great scenery, but arguably its most significant feature is the solitude. Morgan Territory lies outside the busy interstate corridors that define the East Bay, rendering trail traffic light and expanding options for hikers seeking a quiet, contemplative trek."

Activity Type: Hiking, Horseback Riding, Trail Running
Nearby City: Diablo
Distance: 3.6
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 2 hours
Season: Spring and fall
Local Contacts: Morgan Territory Regional Preserve
Local Maps: USGS Tassajara
Driving Directions: Directions to Volvon / Blue Oak Trail Loop

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May 2018