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Hike Details for San Ramon pavement hike

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San Ramon pavement hike

City: San Ramon
Region: EastBay

Sunday, March 12, 2006 @ 10:30 AM

Event Notes:

This is a "rain or shine" hike. The forecast for the next several days does not look good.

Contact: Andrew Kincaid
Cell Phone: (925)

Trail Notes:

This is a pavement hike of 6+ miles in San Ramon. We start at San Ramon Central Park and go through the park to the Iron Horse trail, where we head north to Crow Canyon Rd. Then we head east to Dougherty Rd. Fantastic views of Diablo, the Wall Point Ridge, and the beautiful San Ramon suberbs. South on Dougherty to Bollinger Canyon, and then west back to SRCP. As always, look for the red hatchback. There is some elevation gain on this hike, but nothing like Las Trampas. Bring cameras. Water and flush toilets at SRCP. Also picnic tables.

Trailhead Directions:
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From Hwy 680 exit at Bollinger Canyon gin San Ramon, heading east. About a mile to Alcosta Blvd. (light). Central Park will be on your left side. Turn left, and make your first left (short distance) into the parking lot. Park in the right section.

The trailhead information on this page was last updated
Wednesday, March 08, 2006.

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