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Hike Details for Ackerman Drive/Alamo Oaks Trail

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Mt. Diablo State Park
Ackerman Drive/Alamo Oaks Trail
RSVPs - 56 -- YES: 13 NO: 40 MAYBE: 3

Ackerman Drive/Alamo Oaks Trail
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City: Danville
Region: EastBay
Park: Mt. Diablo State Park

Thursday, December 12, 2019 @ 9:30 AM

Event Notes:

Choose a 6.6 mile, 1,100 foot or an 8.75 mile 1,400 foot elevation gain hike starting from the end of Ackerman Drive in Danville.

Route will be pedestrian path, right on Cross Road, quick right on Alamo Oaks Trail, No Name Trail up into Oak Hill Park, turn right at the top of the hill going counter clockwise around Oak Hill Park. Descend to the parking lot and turn left on Stone Valley Road for about 1/4 mile, just past Stone Valley Oaks Drive right onto Las Trampas to Mt. Diablo Regional Trail, turn left after passing through the gate at the top of the hill and continue to Macedo Ranch.

Short hike will snack at the ranch and retrace back to the trailhead.

Long hike continues past Macedo Ranch on Briones-Mt. Diablo Regional Trail, left on No Name Trail through China Wall and continue circling back toward Macedo Ranch. On the return do not go back through the gate at the top of the hill but continue circling clockwise down to a right on Stone Valley Oaks Drive, another right onto the dirt fire road back to the Las Trampas to Mt. Diablo Regional Trail, then retrace back to the trailhead.

Pit toilets at Macedo Ranch, water & bathrooms at Oak Hill Park.

Please download and/or print out the route map here: Route Map

If you know how to use GPX files, you can download a copy here: GPX File

Contact: Dan   
Cell Phone: (925) 323-7384

Trail Notes:

Ackerman Drive - Alamo Oaks Trail provides access to Oak Hill Park and Las Trampas to Mt.Diablo Regional Trail.

Trailhead Directions:
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Use 869 Ackerman Drive, Danville for GPS. From HWY 680, take the El Cerro Blvd. Exit and go east on El Cerro Blvd. for 1 mile, left at signal onto Ackerman Drive and follow it to the end of the street. Street parking only.

Parking Fee: None

The trailhead information on this page was last updated
Tuesday, December 10, 2019.

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