Anthony Chabot Regional Park
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Explore the 3,314-acre Anthony Chabot Regional Park along a trail that runs through a long, grassy valley and beside a willow-lined creek, then climbs gradually through eucalyptus forests to the ridge- top. Take in sweeping views, then descend into a valley through grassland and oak woodland. Most- ly on wide service trails, this route offers half sun and half shade.
- From: Bort Meadow in Oakland
- To: Chabot Staging Area in Castro Valley
- Length: 6.6 miles one-way for hikers and equestrians, 6.7 miles one way for multiuse route; car shuttle possible.
- Elevation Gain/Loss: 545 feet/870 feet one-way
- Accessibility: Hikers, equestrians, and mountain bikers
(This trail description is excerpted from the 2019 Guidebook. For details on all trails, trailheads, and more, buy the book from Wilderness Press. For more resources to plan your trip, visit our Trail Tools page.)