Brushy Peak is a 1,702-foot landmark that has been recognized as sacred. Great opportunities for hiking, biking, running, nature study and dog walking.
Deep in a valley framed by oak-covered hills, with sailboats and kayaks skimming over its water, Del Valle is a dog-friendly lakeside haven only 10 miles south of Livermore.
Dublin Hills Regional Park’s trails, including a segment of the Calaveras Ridge Regional Trail, provide local access and offer excellent views for hikers, bicyclists, and equestrians.
Beginning in Danville and ending in Pleasanton, the Tri-Valley portion of this multi-use trail offers scenic vistas to walkers, bicyclists, and equestrians
Bollinger Canyon Trail provides a relatively short, moderate hike up to the top of Las Trampas Ridge. The Las Trampas Regional Wilderness provides 5,342 acres of wilderness and trails.
Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park is a beautiful 5,271-acre parkland on the oak-covered ridge overlooking Pleasanton. This loop hike accommodates hikers, equestrians, and bicyclists.
Sycamore Grove Park has a number of dirt paths that branch off as you explore. This particular trail follows the original wine harvest road.
The Short Ridge Preserve is located south of Mt. Diablo within a region of rolling hills and valleys. The trail is mostly grassland with scattered trees and is great for birdwatching.