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Hike Details for Chabot-to-Garin Regional Trail

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Cull Canyon Regional Recreation Area
Chabot-to-Garin Regional Trail
RSVPs - 15 -- YES: 11 NO: 2 MAYBE: 2

Chabot-to-Garin Regional Trail
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City: Castro Valley
Region: EastBay
Park: Cull Canyon Regional Recreation Area
Park Map URL: Click Here

Sunday, June 19, 2016 @ 9:30 AM


Event Notes:

Shady Father's Day Stroll


We've been doing some challenging hikes the past few weeks, let's slow it down a bit for a relaxing out and back hike through the lovely Cull Canyon. This is a moderate 7 mile/1200' hike on the Chabot to Garin/Bay Area Ridge Trail which hugs a riparian creek bed a majority of the way. Those who wish to hike a little further will have the opportunity to do so to be announced on hike day.

Dogs allowed only on the shorter portion, no dogs allowed beyond EBMUD gate. Flour arrows will guide your way and maps will be available. Facilities at the trailhead only.

Contact: Steve Smith
Email: [email protected]
Cell Phone: (925) 325-0805


Trail Notes:

Cull Canyon provides access to the Chabot-to-Garin/Bay Area Ridge Trail; Ramage Peak to the north, Five-Canyons to the south.


Trailhead Directions:
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Cull Canyon Park, 18627 Cull Canyon Rd., Castro Valley. From HWY 680 take Crow Canyon Exit, go west on Crow Canyon Rd. for 8 miles, right onto Cull Canyon Rd. From I-580 west, take the Castro Valley Exit, turn left onto E. Castro Valley Blvd., right onto Crow Canyon Rd. for 0.5 miles, left onto Cull Canyon Rd. From I-580 east, take the Grove Way Exit, turn left onto Grove Way, as you pass under the freeway Grove Way becomes Crow Canyon Rd., go 0.5 miles on Crow Canyon Rd., turn left onto Cull Canyon Rd. Park entrance is 1.8 miles up Cull Canyon Rd. on the left.

Parking Fee: NONE

The trailhead information on this page was last updated
Thursday, November 30, 2017.

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