Sequoia Bay View Trail

Redwood Regional Park, California

Elevation Gain1,143ft
Trailhead Elevation1,262ft
Elevation Min/Max1251/1420ft
Elevation Start/End1262/1262ft

Sequoia Bay View Trail

Sequoia Bay View Trail is a hiking and biking trail in Oakland, California. It is within Redwood Regional Park and Joaquin Miller Park. It is 1.8 miles long and begins at 1,262 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 3.5 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,143 feet. The trail ends near the Skyline Serpentine Prairie Preserve information. There is also a picnic site near the end of the trail. This trail connects with the following: Sunset Trail, Castle Park Trail, Dunn Trail, Fern Ravine Trail, Palo Coloranos, Horse Arena Short Cut, Cinderella Trail, Wild Rose Trail, Big Trees Trail and Chaparral Trail.

Sequoia Bay View Trail Reviews

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Great short family hike. From the parking lot you can create your own adventure by starting where you want to start and linking the various smaller trails to create the trail length you want. Following along with the app made this a no-brainer. We started with Sequoia-Bayview and then circled back on Fern Ravine. The trail is nice and wide and mostly in the shade. There were quite a bit of walkers, trail runners and mountain bikers. For a longer adventure it would be great to connect to Sunset trail and go down to Joaquin Miller park. We will definitely be exploring this myriad of trails again!
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Trail Information

Redwood Regional Park
Nearby City
Joaquin Miller Park

Activity Feed

Aug 2018