Pine Creek and Wall Point Trail is a 4.1 mile loop trail located near Alamo, CA that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from April until September.
Great hike! I went there with my two boys (6 and 4 years old). They enjoyed the hike up and down, as well as through the valley. Scenery was beautiful. Kids were happy to see cows and horses. We also heard a woodpecker (wish we could find it) and saw floating dandelion seeds. It was a bit stretching for our 4-year-old but with a lot of encouragement and snack breaks, he managed to finish it all by himself.
This was my very first hike ever. Enjoyed the scenery.
Great training run/hike...under an hour easy if you run the flats/downhill....watch out for the horse poo :)
Nice views and variety. Water features would be best in winter or spring
Great walk and well marked trials
Very nice trail. Nice mix of terrain. Note it takes circa 2hrs not the 4hr that was printed out on the map.
Great trail. Now when everything is green it is just so beautiful. I did it just after the rain the stream is zigzagging parts of the trail. It was a challenge to cross the stream in some places but it just added to the fun.
Great trail for moderate hiking or jogging. Fun creek hopping. Just don't mind the cows!
this was a beautiful hike. .. even though the streams are dried up do to the drought. .. was still breath taking as you walk towards the bottom of hike... Once you reach there the are more trails to choose from. .there is also a few picnic benches. .. great place to have little lunch an enjoy the beauty around. .. biggest downfall. . watch where you step... This trail has lots of horseback riding! !
This trail sits a hundred yards from my backyard...yet when hiking it seems like a million miles away. Great escape from the urban sprawl that surrounds it.
Beautiful dense oak woodland with meandering streams and views of Castle Rock and its buzzard roost. Lots of great birding! Saw Bullock's Orioles, Warbling Vireos, Orange-crowned Warblers, Oak Titmice and Chestnut-backed Chickadees, Nuttall's Woodpeckers, Mallards, Red-winged Blackbirds, Black Phoebes, House Wrens, Bewick's Wrens, Red-tailed Hawks, and Anna's Hummingbirds. Lots of purple wildflowers, crickets, and Chorus frogs. Great hike!