Upper Tilley Loop

Rockville Hills Regional Park, California

Distance0.5mi
Elevation Gain281ft
Trailhead Elevation322ft
Top354ft
Elevation Min/Max231/354ft
Elevation Start/End322/324ft
Upper Tilley Loop is a hiking trail in Solano County, California. It is within Rockville Hills Regional Park. It is 0.5 miles long and begins at 322 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is a mile with a total elevation gain of 281 feet. This trail connects with the following: Lower Tilley Loop and Manzanita.

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"Rockville Hills Regional Park stretches across 610 acres of rolling hills on the northwest end of Fairfield. In 1966, the city of Fairfield acquired the open space park. The diverse park includes dense chaparral, grasslands, ridges, slopes, pockmarked volcanic formations, sedimentary cliffs, vista overlooks, a couple of valleys, two lakes, and foothill woodlands dominated by blue oak and buckeye trees. A mosaic of roads and trails, open to bikes and dogs, weaves through the park and Open Space and Solano County. The 360-degree vistas include San Pablo Bay, the Benicia Bridge, San Francisco Bay, the Golden Gate Bridge, Mount Tamalpais, Sonoma Mountain, the Mayacamas Range, and the Vaca Mountains."

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Rockville Hills Regional Park
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Rockville Hills Regional Park
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Dog-friendly
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Jun 2018