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Trails Challenge 2017

This FREE self-guided program is brought to you by a partnership between the East Bay Regional Park District, Kaiser Permanente, and the Regional Parks Foundation.

No Registration is needed to participate. Simply download the Guidebook and get started! The Guidebook includes detailed trail descriptions for hikes in 20 Regional Parks or Trails. Hikes range from easy to challenging. There are trails open to hikers, bicyclists, dogs, and equestrians, and many are wheelchair accessible. To complete the challenge, hike five of the trails – or 26.2 miles of trails – by December 1st, and submit a trail log to receive a commemorative pin, while supplies last. As in past challenges, the honor system applies.

You can obtain a free Trails Challenge t-shirt. Remaining sizes include adult 2X, youth extra large, and some adult small. Download a copy of the Guidebook by clicking the link below.

In addition to this self-guided program, we offer many naturalist-led hikes throughout the year. For more information, click HERE. Or visit our Calendar.

Download: 2017 Trails Challenge Guidebook - Desktop Edition (9MB) Adobe Acrobat PDF
Download: 2017 Trails Challenge Guidebook - Mobile Edition (6MB) Adobe Acrobat PDF
Download: Trails Challenge Log Form - Keep track of all of your hikes (80KB) Adobe Acrobat PDF

Once you have completed the Trails Challenge Program, please take a moment to complete this Online Survey

Notice

Anthony Chabot Regional Park:

Until further notice, Columbine Trail is closed due to landslide and trees on trail and the Towhee Trail is closed between Honker Bay Trail and the main campground road due to a large fallen tree and trail damage. The park hours are 5am to 10pm.
Suggested alternate course:
Two Rocks Trail to group camp road (follow the asphalt road from Hawk Ridge) back toward Lost Ridge, turn right on gravel road toward Lost Ridge Group Camp and go left onto Quail Trail and follow to the campground kiosk. There is water and restrooms nearby. Follow Towhee Trail from the campground kiosk back to Brandon Trail, onto Redtail Trail and return to Marciel Gate.


Wildcat Canyon Regional Park:
Until further notice, the Havey Canyon Trail will be closed. Alternate Trails to the Wildcat Creek Trail Include the Mezue and Conlon Trails.

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