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Trails Challenge 2018

Trails Challenge is celebrating its 25th Anniversary! Every year more than 10,000 people use this FREE self-guided program to explore our regional parks and to keep fit outdoors. Trails Challenge is brought to you by a partnership between the East Bay Regional Park District, Kaiser Permanente, and the Regional Parks Foundation.

The free printed Guide Book and T-Shirt are available at participating Visitor Centers or the EBRPD administration office, while supplies last.

No Registration is needed to participate. Simply pick-up or 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.

Download: 2018 Trails Challenge Guidebook Adobe Acrobat PDF(20.9MB)
Download: Individual Trails Challenge Trail Maps
Download: Trails Challenge Log Form - Keep track of all of your hikes (80KB) Adobe Acrobat PDF

NEW! All 20 featured trails are now available on the AllTrails app. First download the free app, sign-up and log in, then go to https://www.alltrails.com/lists/trails-challenge-2018 and click on “Copy to my lists”, followed by "Continue in App". The featured trails will show under 'Lists' in 'Plan'.
The app indicates where you are on the trail, enabling easy return to the trail if you stray from it. You can also record your hikes, and share your photos, comments etc. with others.

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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.

Individual Trails Challenge Trail Maps

Easy

Crown Memorial State Beach: Shoreline Trail to Salt Marsh Overlook

Point Pinole Regional Shoreline: SF Bay Trail/China Clipper Spur/Cordgrass Jetty

Waterbird Regional Preserve: Meadowlark Ridge Loop

Vargas Plateau Regional Park: Golden Eagle Trail to View Point

Contra Loma Regional Park: Old Ranch Loop

Point Isabel Regional Shoreline: SF Bay Trail to "Rosie the Riveter" WWII Visitor Center

Cull Canyon Regional Recreation Area: Chabot to Garin/Cull Canyon Road/Heyer Road/Service Road/Lake View/Columbia Drive

Moderate

Del Valle Regional Park: Squirrel Gulch/Ridgeline/Eagle Crest/Ridgeline

Sunol Regional Wilderness: Indian Joe Nature/Indian Joe Creek/Cave Rocks Road/High Valley Road/Flag Hill Road/Flag Hill

Garin/Dry Creek Pioneer Regional Parks: May/High Ridge Loop/Tolman Peak/South Fork/Tolman Peak/High Ridge Loop/May

Tilden Regional Park: Lake Anza/Wildcat Gorge/Meadows Canyon/Curran/Wildcat Gorge/Lake Anza

Dublin Hills Regional Park: Calaveras Ridge Regional Trail

Anthony Chabot Regional Park: East Shore/Indian Cove/McGregor/Ten Hills/Cameron Loop/East Shore Trails

Sibley Volcanic Regional Preserve: Overlook/Round Top/Volcanic/Quarry/Skyline Trails

Challenging

Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve: Nortonville/Black Diamond/Black Diamond Way/Black Diamond/Nortonville

Las Trampas Regional Wilderness: Ringtail Cat/Madrone/Las Trampas Ridge/Corduroy Hills/Madrone/Ringtail Cat

Diablo Foothills Regional Park: Alamo/Hanging Valley/Briones-to-Mt.Diablo Regional/Little Yosemite/Stage Road/Buckeye Ravine/Mokelumne

Briones Regional Park: Diablo View/Spengler/Old Briones Road/Lagoon/Toyon Canyon/Pine Tree/Orchard

Morgan Territory Regional Preserve: Clyma/Highland Ridge/Raven/Highland Ridge/Clyma

Wildcat Canyon Regional Park: Wildcat Creek/Sylvan/Wildcat Peak/Nimitz Way/San Pablo Ridge/Belgum/Wildcat Creek