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Hike Details for Ringtail Cat to Las Trampas peak

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Las Trampas Regional Wilderness - Ringtail Cat to Las Trampas peak

City: Alamo
Region: EastBay
Park: Las Trampas Regional Wilderness


Sunday, February 01, 2009 @ 10:00 AM

Event Notes:

This is a moderate + hike. It is not easy, but doable for most of our members. We take Ringtail Cat to Madrone all the way to the Peak. A good amount of forest, but a bigger amount of grasslands. The last mile + to the Peak is fairly steep. It is dog friendly. No services at all. Bring fluids and take care of business beforehand. An easier companion hike will be submitted with the same start time to give you all a choice.

Contact: Andrew Kincaid
Email: [email protected]
Home Phone: (925) 484-4205


Trail Notes:

This is an 8 mile out and back hike to Las Trampas peak. It is a moderate + hike with 1,500' of elevation gain. Not easy. Most of the hike is on a fire road, but about 1.5 miles on a single track trail. No services anywhere in the park. Be prepared.


Trailhead Directions:

For GPS, a nearby address is 560 Hemme Ave., Alamo, CA 94507.

From I-680S exit at Stone Valley Rd W in Alamo. Turn right onto Stone Valley Rd. and drive 0.2 miles. Turn left onto Danville Blvd. and drive for 0.7 miles. At traffic light turn right onto Hemme Ave. and drive 0.5 mile to the end of the street.

From I-680N exit at El Cerro Blvd. in Danville toward El Pintado Rd. Turn left onto El Cerro Blvd. Turn right onto Danville Blvd. and drive 1.4 miles to traffic light at Hemme Ave. Turn left onto Hemme Ave. and drive 0.5 mile to the end of the street.

Trailhead is 100 yards past 512 Hemme Avenue, Alamo.

Parking Fee: none
Other Fees: none

No Carpool information for this hike
The trailhead information on this page was last updated
Friday, October 17, 2014.

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