Las Trampas Hike, Alamo, Approx. 9-10 miles, Dogs on Leash

  • 10 Feb 2018
  • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Las Trampas Regional Wilderness

Las Trampas Regional Wilderness is one of EBMUD largest parklands in the area with 5,342 acres of wilderness offering 360-views from Las Trampas Ridge. We'll start our hike on Madrone trail and climb our way via Corduroy Hills Trail to Eagle Peak (a bit rocky here) and then to Vail Peak. From there we'll take Las Trampas Ridge trail to Chamise Trail that will take us to Bollinger Staging Area where we'll break for lunch. There are restrooms and water here. We'll then complete our loop trail by climbing up Bollinger Trail to Las Trampas Trail Ridge for spectacular views. We'll follow this trail for over 3 miles to connect with the Madrone Trail that takes us back to our cars. Strenuous with steep hills and some rugged terrain. Some shade but mostly exposed.

Total Elevation gain: approx. 2400 feet

Bring: Lunch and plenty of water. Wear sturdy hiking shoes, dress in layers. Can become quite windy, hat to cover ears recommended. Rain or muddiness may lead to cancellation of hike.

Directions: From Hwy. 680, take Stone Valley exit and go west on Stone Valley. Turn left onto Danville Blvd.. Then right on Camille Ave., then left onto Camille Lane...park along the street. Meet at trailhead.

Level: Strenuous(3C)

Hosted by: 

Marian Stainbrook

(510) 673-7408

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