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Bicycle Loop Trails

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Favorite trails for biking in your Regional Parks Including trails in Antioch, Berkeley, Crockett, Eastern Contra Costa County, Fremont, Hayward, Livermore, Martinez/Lafayette, Oakland, Pleasanton, Richmond, Sunol and Walnut Creek/Alamo.

Bicycle Loop Trails - Northern Region
Bicycle Loop Trails - Southern Region

Bicycle Loop Trails - Northern Region Summaries

Bicycle Loop Trails - Southern Region Summaries

Tilden Regional Park, Berkeley:
Length: 7.25 miles.
Trail type: 1-lane dirt, 1-lane gravel, narrow.
Elevation gain: 1,072 feet.
Approximate time: 1 hour, 45 minutes. 

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Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve (Somersville), Antioch:
Length: 5.9 miles.
Trail type: 1-lane gravel,1-lane dirt, 1-lane paved.
Elevation gain: 1,336 feet.
Approximate time: 1 hour, 30 minutes. 
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Redwood Regional Park, Oakland:
Length: 5 miles.
Trail type: 1-lane dirt road.
Elevation gain: 568 feet.
Approximate time: 1 hour.
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Wildcat Canyon Regional Park, Richmond:
Length: 12.3 miles.
Trail type: 1-lane dirt road/narrow.
Elevation gain: 2,765 feet.
Approximate time: 2 hours, 10 minutes.
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Crockett Hills Regional Park, Crockett:
Length: 6.8 miles.
Trail type: 1-lane dirt road/narrow.
Elevation gain: 1,245 feet.
Approximate time: 1 hour,10 minutes.

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Diablo Foothills Regional Park, Walnut Creek:
Length: 6.2 miles.
Trail type: 1-lane dirt road.
Elevation gain: 1,022 feet.
Approximate time: 1 hour, 30 minutes.
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Round Valley Regional Preserve, Brentwood:
Length: 6 miles.
Trail type: 1-lane dirt road.
Elevation gain: 709 feet.
Approximate time: 50 minutes.
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Briones Regional Park, Martinez:
Length: 7.75 miles.
Trail type: 1-lane dirt road.
Elevation gain: 1,600 feet.
Approximate time: 1 hour, 30 minutes.
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Morgan Territory Regional Preserve, Contra Costa County:
Length: 12+ miles.
Trail type: 1-lane gravel, 1-lane dirt.
Elevation gain: 2,471 feet.
Approximate time: 2 hours, 30 minutes.
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Garin Regional Park, Hayward:
Length: 8-10 miles.
Trail type: 1-lane dirt.
Elevation gain: 2,300 feet.
Approximate time: 2 hours, 30 minutes. 

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Brushy Peak Regional Preserve, Livermore:
Length: 6.2 miles.
Trail type: 1-lane dirt, single track.
Elevation gain: 1,300 feet.
Approximate time: 1 hour, 20 minutes.
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Anthony Chabot Regional Park, Oakland:
Length: 12.25 miles.
Trail type: 1-lane dirt road/narrow trail.
Elevation gain: 1,885 feet.
Approximate time: 2 hours, 30 minutes.

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Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park, Sunol:
Length: 15.25 miles.
Trail type: 1-lane dirt road/narrow trail.
Elevation gain: 2,490 feet.
Approximate time: 3 hours.
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Del Valle Regional Park, Livermore:
Length: 20 miles.
Trail type: 1-lane dirt road/narrow trail.
Elevation gain: 2,300 feet.
Approximate time: 3 hours, 30 minutes.
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Sunol Regional Wilderness, Sunol:
Length: 7.4 miles.
Trail type: 1-lane dirt road.
Elevation gain: 1,146 feet.
Approximate time: 1 hour, 40 minutes.
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Mission Peak Regional Preserve, Fremont:
Length: 4 miles.
Trail type: 1-lane dirt road/narrow trail.
Elevation gain: 1,061 feet.
Approximate time: 40 minutes.
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Please enjoy our Regional Parks safely, and help us protect and preserve your parklands by complying with park rules and regulations.

Safety and Etiquette

  • Ride on open trails only. See www.ebparks.org for notices of trail closures. Ask park staff for clarification if you are uncertain about the status of a trail.
  • Stay on existing trails and do not create new ones. Don’t make shortcuts on switchbacks.
  • Don’t ride your bike on trails marked “No Bikes.”
  • Wet and muddy trails are more vulnerable to damage than dry trails. When the trail is soft, consider other riding options.
  • Do not trespass on private land and respect closures. Be aware that bicycles are not permitted on all District trails.
  • Leave no trace. If you pack it in, pack it out.
  • Control your bicycle. Obey all bicycle speed regulations and ride within your limits.
  • Park off of the trail to keep the trail clear for other users and emergency vehicles.
  • Yield to others. Bicyclists yield to all trail users. Ring your bell to alert trail users and let them know the number in your party. Anticipate other trail users as you ride around corners. Bicyclists traveling downhill yield to bicyclists headed uphill. Strive to make each pass a safe and courteous one.
  • Never scare animals. Running cattle and disturbing wildlife are serious offenses. Animals are easily startled by an unannounced approach. Give animals enough room and time to adjust to your presence. When passing horses, slow down or dismount, alert the rider, and follow their directions (ask if you are uncertain.
  • Always wear a helmet and wear appropriate safety gear.

All maps and brochures are available for download in Adobe Acrobat format. [PDF]

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