Las Trampas Regional Wilderness
City: Danville Region: EastBay Park: Las Trampas Regional Wilderness
Saturday, December 24, 2016 @ 9:30 AM
We are hiking on SATURDAY, Christmas Eve, so all can enjoy Christmas day with family and friends. Hikers choice of either a 6 mile 1,600-foot elevation gain out and back or 7.2 mile 2,000-foot elevation gain partial loop hike in Las Trampas Regional Wilderness. Both versions begin at Remington Loop trailhead in Danville. Route starts up Remington Loop Trail for 0.7 mile, turns northeast on No Name Trail, left on Highland Drive Road, San Damiano's Windmill Walk Trail, Las Trampas Ridge Trail, and Del Amigo Trail to the 680 overlook stopping to rest/snack/enjoy the view. Short hike returns from here back on the Del Amigo Trail, Las Trampas Ridge Trail and down the Remington Loop Trail. Long hike will make a loop continuing down the Del Amigo Trail, Sulpher Springs Trail, Las Trampas Ridge Trail and down the Remington Loop Trail. No services on this hike. IGNORE THE TRAIL NOTES BELOW.
Cell Phone: (925) 323-7384
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Take Hwy 680, exit Sycamore Blvd, head WEST. Cross San Ramon Valley Blvd. Past the 2nd stop sign, this turns into Remington Loop. This is a residential street. Trail head starts opposite 253 Remington Loop (between 252 and 246).
The trailhead information on this page was last updated
Thursday, July 15, 2004.
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