Hikes in Redwood Regional Park
1 Jan 2012
Redwood Regional Park in Oakland, CA is a beautiful redwood forest. Trails like East Ridge and West Ridge are exposed. Stream Trail and French Trail are shaded and meander through the redwood forest.

Best Months to Visit: Any time of the year for redwood trails. Some trails are in the open, avoid them in summers. These include East Ridge Trail and West Ridge Trail.

List of Hikes
7.0 miles
1100 ft
Stream Trail - French Trail
Gorgeous hike through redwoods with over two miles next to a creek.

11.2 miles
2300 ft
Kings Canyon Loop from Redwood Regional Park
A strenuous hike offering great views of green rolling hills and the serene San Leandro Reservoir. About half the route is shaded.

5.0 miles
300 ft
East Bay Skyline National Recreation Trail - Part 4 (via West Ridge Trail)
Part 4 of the 32-mile East Bay Skyline National Recreation Trail, through Redwood Regional Park.

6.5 miles
900 ft
East Bay Skyline National Recreation Trail - Part 4 (via French Trail)
Part 4 of the 32-mile East Bay Skyline National Recreation Trail, through Redwood Regional Park, going through French Trail.

32.3 miles
4200 ft
32-Mile East Bay Skyline National Recreation Trail
A long hike through five adjacent parks in East Bay.

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