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    Morgan Territory Regional Preserve: Bob Walker Ridge Trail

    Livermore, California

    Morgan Territory Regional Preserve Bob Walker Ridge Trail

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    Hazelwood, WA
    Explorer | 40 pts
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    10/23/2010
    Great hiking during this period (Aug-Oct)--no wind but can get really hot when out in the open, so bring water (my 40 ounce Camelbak is perfect for the hike). Therefore, I recommend starting out in the late afternoon (park closes at 7 PM so keep track of the time). It takes me 1:30 to do the Volvan Loop-Blue Oak trails (6.5 miles), but I walk fast, so if you start out at 4:00 PM, you should easily be done by 7 PM and still beat the heat. I like that particular hike, as it is not too strenuous like the "Valley View" trail, which is really tough. There are still plenty of rolling hills to keep your heart rate up (if you're wearing a heart monitor and are trying to keep it "in the zone"), but overall not too strenuous for beginners.
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    Dublin, CA
    Explorer | 57 pts
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    2/20/2010
    Beautiful trail starts down deep ravine very green this time of year moss, ferns, trees etc. At bottom the trail heads out along a spur into the open. No kidding about the wind. Very windy. At one point on top of spur looking out over Delta I estimate sustained winds 40 mph plus. (explains the wind turbines).
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    Modesto, CA
    Explorer | 40 pts
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    4/22/2009
    The trail starts off along a fire road going up into the mountain. There are several trails that cut off from there. The water falls weren't big for us. But we will do this trail again as we had so much fun. Now that we have scoped it out, we know where to have lunch next time.
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    Trail Information

    Livermore
    Nearby City
    Dog-friendly
    Accessibility
    5.9
    Distance
    Loop/Lollipop
    Trail Type
    Moderate
    Skill Level
    4 hours
    Duration
    Year-round
    Season

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