Join the 23rd annual EBRPD Trails Challenge! The Trails Challenge is a self-guided hiking program helping you discover your Regional Parks, while getting fit outdoors.
Download your free guidebook and get started! The booklet 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. While the program is designed to be self-guided, a number of naturalist-led hikes are offered during the year as well.
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. As in past challenges, the honor system applies.
Now it’s even easier to join the Trails Challenge!
> Registration is no longer required to participate in the Trails Challenge 2016 program.
> Simply download the 2016 guidebook, pick a trail, and start walking, hiking, or biking through your favorite park.
> Trails Challenge t-shirts and printed copies of the guidebooks are free.
Thanks to a special partnership between the East Bay Regional Park District, Kaiser Permanente, and the Regional Parks Foundation this program is FREE to the community and Kaiser Permanente employees.
Download the 2016 Booklet: www.ebparks.org/TrailsChallenge
The East Bay Regional Park District is a system of beautiful public parks and trails in Alameda and Contra Costa counties east of San Francisco Bay, established in 1934. The system comprises 114,000+ acres in 65 parks including over 1,200 miles of trails for hiking, biking, horseback riding and nature study.