Early September and yet the spring fed creek is enough for most of the waterfalls along this trail to be active. A shady trail, dusty yes, but the sound of running water in the creek made for a very serene hike. Not crowded, easy parking in day lot. Next time we will explore the longer trails...
Discovered Alltrails.com today! A great resource!
The Blue Ridge road / trail has some of the most beautiful views in the Bay Area. Note that Mt.Sizer is not where the free park brochure's map indicates. Also, if you're hoping to pick up a good topo map at the HQ, it may not be open if you get there early (I didn't check beforehand; I got there around 7am and it was closed). There's a decent amount of shade on most parts of this route, and overall, was a day well spent.
I've lived one mile from this my whole life. It's a resevoir in the center of a set of roads among houses in the mountains. It's a beautiful place to bike and run. I wish we had more runners around here. Not a "trail," though, it's a paved road. Please don't fish here, though. It's right near Uvas, (just 8 miles down the road) which is amazing for hiking. So if you're driving, stop at Uvas, too!