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Hike Details for Angel Kerley (Fire) Road Hike

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Mt. Diablo State Park
Angel Kerley (Fire) Road Hike

Angel Kerley (Fire) Road Hike
Click the Staging Area/Trail Name above for park information.
City: Walnut Creek
Region: EastBay
Park: Mt. Diablo State Park

Saturday, May 20, 2006 @ 2:00 PM


CarPool Option:
Meet @ 1:30 PM
At: AppleBee's, 2819 Ygnacio Valley Road, Walnut Creek
Click Here for a Map to CarPool Meeting Spot

From the Berkeley area, take 24 east to the interchange of 680/24 in Walnut creek. Take the Ygnacio Valley road exit. Turn right at the end of the ramp and follow Ygnacio Valley road for about 5 miles to the intersection of Oak Grove Road. Applebee's is on the right in the shopping center before the light.

From Benicia and areas north, take 680 south the Treat Blvd exit. Take Treat Blvd north for about 3 to 4 miles to Oak Grove Road. Turn right on Oak Grove and go about 2 miles to Ygnacio Valley Road. Turn right on Ygnacio and go to the first light and make a U turn, you will see Applebee's on your left before making the U turn.


Event Notes:

We will meet outside the park in order to carpool and save money on the vehicle park fee. We'll meet at 1:30 in the parking lot of the Applebee's restaurant at the corner of Ygnacio Valley Road and Oak Grove in Walnut Creek. I will have an orange bike flag on my car so people can spot us easily.

If you choose to go directly to the trailhead, we will begin hiking by 2:00 at the Angel Kerley Road trailhead marker on North Gate Road at the hair-pin turn. It is grid 5D for those that have a Mt. Diablo map. Otherwise use the following internet link(s) for a Mt. Diablo map.

Contact: June   
Cell Phone: (510) 000-0000


Trail Notes:

This is an out and back hike of 2 miles on Angel Kerley Road to Mother's trail and back. This trail has it all, flat areas, small hills, and great views all the way to the Bay. It is a relatively easy trail, very wide, and well groomed, with both sunny and shady sections and a few small creeks. Dogs NOT permitted.


Trailhead Directions:

refer to carpool

Parking Fee: $6/vehicle

The trailhead information on this page was last updated
Monday, May 15, 2006.

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