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Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve
Black Diamond

Black Diamond
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City: Antioch
Region: EastBay
Park: Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve
Park Map URL: Click Here

Sunday, March 15, 2009 @ 10:00 AM


CarPool Option:
Meet @ 9:00 AM
At: Trader Joe's, 1150 Concord Ave, Concord
Click Here for a Map to CarPool Meeting Spot


Event Notes:

(there should be maps available for everyone) from the FREDERIKSON Lane staging area take the Stewartville trail south into the park. This is an easy moderate loop hike with only a couple of hills to get us breathing. Will be stopping at Stewartville backpack camping site for a snack and potty break B 4 heading on. At the top of the ridge we will pick up the ridge trail and head east dropping down on the Contra Loma trail to get back to the starting point. Bring water and snacks, dog friendly hike....

Leader: MARS CAPEN
Email: [email protected]


Trail Notes:

Starting at the homestead trail head on Frederickson doing a counter clock loop through Black Diamond Park. Appx. 7.5 miles with a couple of climbs 400-500 ft. This is a reasonable easy hike. Little shade. Dog friendly.


Trailhead Directions:
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from Walnut Creek, 680 north,merge right on to 242 north in Pleasant hill, Take Highway 4 East towards Stockton. Continue on hwy 4 thru Pittsburgh to Antioch. Take the "A" Street "lone Tree" exit. Go right/south on Lone Tree.continue on lone tree past James Donlon Blvd. Make a right on Golf Course Road and go past the Lone Tree Country club. Right turn on Frederickson Lane. Go all the way to the end, your will see cars parked there with the entrance to the trails. (do not make a right turn and go into Contra Loma Park)

Parking Fee: No fee

The trailhead information on this page was last updated
Tuesday, April 08, 2008.

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