Chaparral Spring hike
Sunday, March 18, 2007 @ 9:00 AM
This hike is being offered to us by the East Bay Trail Dogs.
Founded in 1999 the East Bay Trail Dogs are an all-volunteer, non-profit organization that designs, builds, maintains and repairs hiking trails in public lands throughout the East Bay area. Its members are from every walk of life and each shares the common bond of being a hiking trail enthusiast. Concerned about the degraded condition of numerous trails and the lack of hiking trail building in newly acquired public lands, the Dogs turned their hiking trail enthusiasm into hiking trail constructonism
Since 1999 the East Bay Trail dogs worked for 6-six different public agencies in 3-three Bay Area counties, and donated over nine thousand eight hundred (9800) man-hours. They did over one hundred eighty (180) different projects. Using conservative labor cost estimates, East Bay Trail Dogs saved these agencies over $180 thousand dollars.
Join us on the Chaparral Spring hike and enjoy their latest trail building project.
Cell Phone: (925) 457-7717
Work Phone: (925) 272-4321
Bring a light lunch or snack, about a 1,000 ft elevation gain, moderate difficulty.
Take the Ygnacio Valley Road exit from I680 northbound in Walnut Creek. In
7.5 mi turn right onto Clayton Road.
Take Clayton Road heading east from Clayton. Continue about 2.2 miles past Regency Drive (the road becomes Marsh Creek Road). Park in the wide shoulder on the right side of the road. There is a sign saying 'Divide Reservoir' on the left side of the road.
If you are coming from the east, take Marsh Creek Road about 3/4 mi past the intersection with Morgan Territory Road to the 'Divide Reservoir' sign.
The trailhead information on this page was last updated
Sunday, February 25, 2007.