Redwood Regional Dunn Loop Trail is a 3.6 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Oakland, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
A cycling circuit that explores the Redwood Regional Park Area
Fairly low traffic, and quite a bit of shade throughout the hike.
My favorite oakland park to hike in. Always beautiful always feel refreshed and happy after a visit here. The only downside is a lot of people all the time
I love this park, the redwoods are really beautiful and covered most of the sun while I was there so there was a really cool breeze throughout the whole hike
Loved this. We walked through several scenic views and quite a bit of shaded areas.
Enjoyed it. If you start to the left, it starts out as a wide path, intermittent shade, pretty gentle turns, lots of dogs off leash. Heading back on the part with the Monteiro Trail and the Golden Spike trail, the path is narrower, steeper, much fewer people, mostly shaded - may want to just turn around at the Dunn/Monteiro intersection and head back if you are looking for an overall easier walk. Didn't see a fee to park at the lot at the Crestmont/Skyline intersection.
Nice hike. About 3/4 shaded. Took 1 hour 10 minutes with a couple stops for water. I'd call this easy, not moderate.
The trail has a nice paved trail, it wasn't too hard. You don't need to climb anything with your hands. It's quite relaxing. There's a few restrooms and benches along the way. There are camp sites and people around just in case you got lost. Parking has a $5 and if you have your dog with you, it's $7.
Really enjoy this section, lots of side trails to explore too
I followed the Dunn Trail started from the Crestmont Drive. There were few steep drops and climbs in side the woods so it is rated moderate. The views were gorgeous when you are out of the woods. I enjoyed the hike.