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Best Hiking Trails in Oakland

Handpicked Top 3 Hiking Trails in Oakland, California. They face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, trust, cost and general excellence. You deserve the best!

REDWOOD REGIONAL PARK TRAIL

7867 Redwood Road, Oakland, CA 94619

Since 1939

Walking Trails, Wild Flowers, Running, Wildlife, Dogs on Leash, Nature Trips, Forest, Stream Trail, Jogging, Recreation Area, Horseback Riding & Birding

The forest's peaceful groves give little evidence of the park's bustling past in the mid-1800s the area was the scene of extensive logging to supply building materials ● The park's 1,830 acres also contain other evergreens, chaparral, and grasslands ● Offers four reservable picnic sites for groups ranging in size from 50 to 150 ● Several groups overnight camping areas are located within the park

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ebparks.org/parks/redwood

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JOAQUIN MILLER PARK TRAIL

3590 Sanborn Drive, Oakland, CA 94602

Since 1886

Running, Picnic, Forest, Birding, Jogging, Dogs on Leash, Walking Trails, Parks, Wildlife, Kid Friendly, Nature Trips & Equestrians Bicycling

The park isn’t all redwoods, though; there’s a nice variety of scenery ● The park is quite popular, especially the relatively level Sequoia Bayview and Sunset Trails ● A lush redwood-filled gorge on the Palos Colorados Trail and a hilltop redwood grove on the Big Trees Trail ● The first intersection, turn left and climb the steep trail past the foundations of an old house to reach the Sunset Trail ● The best of the hilltop redwoods is the flat area at the highest point of the Big Trees Trail

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SIBLEY VOLCANIC REGIONAL PRESERVE

6800 Skyline Boulevard, Oakland, CA 94611

Wildlife, Running, Walking, Forest, Picnic Area, Dog-Friendly, Birding, Kid-Friendly, Wild Flowers, Biking, Nature Trips, Mountain & Trail

Its one of the area's highest peaks, is made up of lava and volcanic debris left over from a 10-million-year-old volcano ● Massive tectonic forces on the Moraga earthquake faults uplifted the Berkeley hills ● Visitor center at the Skyline Boulevard staging area has displays illustrating the preserve's geology ● A self-guided brochure is available at the staging area highlighting the preserve's geological features ● The 31-mile East Bay Skyline National trail

ebparks.org/parks/sibley

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