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Sunol Regional Wilderness
Visitor Center
RSVPs - 56 -- YES: 22 NO: 21 MAYBE: 13

Visitor Center
Click the Staging Area/Trail Name above for park information.
City: Sunol
Region: EastBay
Park: Sunol Regional Wilderness
Park Map URL: Click Here

Sunday, November 05, 2017 @ 9:30 AM

Event Notes:

Flag Hill Hump

A three-for-one hike in EBRPD Sunol Regional Wilderness. Your choice of a Challenging
6.0 mile, 1600 ft Short hike or
7.5 mile, 2000 ft Long Hike or
8.4 mile, 2400 ft extra Long Hike

We'll start at the toilets near the bridge, crossing the bridge and turning left on Flag Hill Trail ascending to Flag Hill. At this point the longer hikes will turn left, past Flag hill on a clockwise loop of the Flag Hill Loop Trail, returning to meet the short hike group at the top of the Flag Hill Trail.

Both groups will continue on Flag Hill Road, and Vista Grande Road Trails stopping to snack at the Eagle View Trail Junction bench. After our snack we continue on Eagle View Trail to Cave Rocks Road where the short and long hikes turn right to descend to Indian Joe Creek and Canyon View Trails back to the staging area.

The extra long hike will turn left on Cave Rocks Trail ascending to Cerro Este, McCorkle Road, and Canyon View Trails back to the staging area.

Please use this Google Maps link for directions to the staging area.
Also Note: If the entrance Kiosk is manned, there will be a $5 per vehicle fee charge for entrance to the park.

Leader: Joel Schantz

Trail Notes:

Sunol Regional Wilderness has miles of trails and provides access to Ohlone Regional Wilderness and Mission Peak Regional Preserve.

Trailhead Directions:
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Sunol Regional Wilderness, 1895 Geary Road, Sunol.

HWY 680 south, exit Calaveras Road/Highway 84. Turn left onto Calaveras Road and drive 4 miles to a left turn onto Geary Road, which leads directly into the park. After entry kiosk parking is immediately available on your left at either the Visitor Center or near the foot bridge.

Parking Fee: $5/seasonal/wkend/hol
Other Fees: $2 Ohlone permit/$2 per dog

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

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