Briones to Las Trampas trail map

Briones to Las Trampas Regional Trail

Hours

Open between 5am and 10pm unless otherwise posted or permitted.

Phone

Toll Free: 888-EBPARKS (1-888-327-2757), option 3, extension 4509

Trail Attributes

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ADA Accessible
ADA: trail surface, width, slope
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bikes not allowed
Bikes: Not Allowed
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ebikes not allowed
eBikes: Not Allowed
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horses not allowed
Horses: Not Allowed
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Regional Trail
Interpark Regional Trail
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Park trails
Park Trails
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Paved Trail
Paved
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Unpaved Trail
Unpaved

Trail Closure - Briones to Las Trampas Trail

The Briones to Las Trampas Trail from Golden Gate Way to Moraga Blvd. in downtown Lafayette is closed until further notice. Updated April 14, 2024.

When complete, this trail will connect two of the Park District’s largest open space parks. The existing portion of this trail links Briones Regional Park to the Lafayette-Moraga Trail in the City of Lafayette. The segment heading south from Briones is hilly, steep, and appropriate only for hiking use (bicycles may use the trail from the Lafayette-Moraga Trail north to Mt. Diablo Blvd.). Paved portions of the trail pass 0.8 miles east of the Lafayette BART station on Deer Hill Road, bisect the commercial area of Lafayette, and connect to the Lafayette-Moraga Trail at Foye Drive and Moraga Blvd.

To Reach the Trail

Maps

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Central Contra Costa County Map

Trail Accessibility

The trail is wheelchair accessible from Foye Drive to Mt. Diablo Blvd. in Lafayette.

Trail Activities

The Briones to Las Trampas trail is recommended for hikers.

Mileage

  • 0.24 miles from the Lafayette-Moraga Trail to Mt. Diablo Blvd., Lafayette
  • 0.55 miles from Mt. Diablo Blvd. to Elizabeth Street, Lafayette
  • 0.55 miles from Elizabeth Street to the Lafayette Ridge Trail in Briones Regional Park.
TRAIL CONFLICTS & VIOLATIONS

Non-Emergency Trail Safety Hazards or Damaged Trails/Facilities: Locate a park ranger or call Public Safety Dispatch at (510) 881-1833. Be sure to mention the nature and exact location of the problem including the trail or area name.
Trail Conflicts/Violations: Call (510) 881-1833 for the Non-Emergency Public Safety Line, 24 hours a day, or submit a Park Watch Report online.
Emergency/Crime in Progress: Call 911 or (510) 881-1121 from a cell, 24 hours a day.