Explore Todo2 - view hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

Todo2 Map

This trail was so great! We went on a sunny day and enjoyed all the sights and restraints near the path. I definitely recommend this one, for those whole live close.

trail running
1 month ago

Not so much a trail as a closed, paved road, which suited me fine. Perfect for a relatively straightforward run. Went out on a Sunday just after 9:00 and it was pretty desolate out there. Since you are in the middle of nowhere with no one around, bring a friend or other self defense equipment if that might unnerve you. Otherwise it’s pretty scenic and relatively easy. Can access from either end, with the only significant hill at the Mesa Ridge entry area. Would definitely do it again to run. Would not consider it for walking/hiking unless you want something easy and to take pics.

2 months ago

Great views, saw wild turkeys, coyotes, hawks, and turtles.

I’ve been part of this trail in Shoreline Park Mountain View. It’s relaxing but a bit windy.

The trail hugs the coast which is nice but so does the freeway. You’re not gettin away from it all on this run but the bay views are great.

The trail starts out running through a heavily forested area of redwoods and douglas fir trees.. Very scenic with beautiful, towering trees. First 80% of the trail is easy with very moderate to level elevation. The remaining 20% of the trail travels beyond the Kent Lake dam with steep terrain both out and back. Somewhat disappointing that this part of the hike has only minor views of Kent Lake despite running along side of it. Access to the lake is limited due to very steep terrain. The latter 20% of the trail could be eliminated and would result in an easy 6 mile, scenic, out-back hike.

road biking
4 months ago

I usually take this trail along with Marsh Creek trail and it is a good ride both ways. If you are coming from Marsh Creek Trail, the end of Big Break has the water and park area to rest up for the return trip. Very nice area.

Good if you just want to get your steps in. Mostly residential and business views. Walked 8.25 miles

road biking
6 months ago

Nice bike ride through Berkeley, Albany, and El Cerrito. It runs parallel along the Bart track and there are a lot of street crossings. You could cut it in half by starting at the North Berkeley Bart station and taking the train back from the El Cerrito del Norte station.

At the north end, construction is underway to connect the Ohlone and Richmond greenways. Once this gap is closed, there will be a continuous 7.7 mile greenway from Berkeley to Richmond. It should be finished by the end of 2017.

One of my favorite places for a good workout, beautiful views!

Nice bike trail that cuts through Berkeley.

So much nature! Can't wait until Google Lens comes out so I can use it on this trail for identification.

Beautiful but stinky at time due to waste management/water recycling plant.

Just plain beautiful biking through the redwoods.

Passes through some of the most prominent spots in Davis! Also passes through plenty of actual bike trails, which is a good peaceful ride

More of a bike trail, but the drivers in Davis are courteous.

11 months ago

For someone coming outside of Davis, not very familiar with the city, it was very difficult to find my way without constantly referring to the map. It does make for an enjoyable walk, but I was constantly having to check the map.

road biking
Thursday, March 16, 2017

Alhambra Valley Road closed due to sinkhole.

Follows directly next to the freeway.

Friday, March 10, 2017

all flat that's it.. but the map makes it all worth it

Monday, February 27, 2017

Easy trail, lots of educational infographics throughout. Took my kids and dogs, fun was had by all. The coolest thing was the enlarged map of the Delta with a 3D rendition of Mt. Diablo.

road biking
Sunday, January 22, 2017

Great for biking. There are lots of additional trails that you can do along this trail - Aquatic Park, Berkeley Marina / Cesar Chavez Park, Albany Bulb, and Point Isabel (no bikes allowed).

I parked in the little public shore lot beside Chevy's. There was a lot of broken glass on the lot, so be careful.

The SF bay trail breaks up around Golden Gate Fields. You have to go around it to the west. The parking lot was flooded close to the Albany bulb from all the recent storms and I had to walk my bike over the beach to get around it.

The Richmond Marina was really nice. Near the end of the trail is the Rosie the Riveter museum and WWII-era Ford Assembly Plant. There is also a bus stop there. If you don't want to do a 20 mile round trip, you can probably use public transportation to get back to Emeryville.

Thursday, January 19, 2017

Mostly level great for a long run

Wednesday, January 04, 2017

Nice, easy paved trail along canal. Lots of birds.

Sunday, December 25, 2016

This is a paved road closed to traffic. Beautiful scenery once passing houses. Rolling hills and fields with happy content cattle younger and older. It's of prairie dogs entertaining pedestrians. Bicycles and runners using this stretch as well. If your dog likes to hunt prairie dogs keep them leashed, there are huge colonies as you can see in hills. Ad they are curios! Enjoy!

Monday, November 14, 2016

Very family friendly. My 2 yr old walked the entire way. Shaded. Pretty flat. Handicap accessible almost the entire time,

Monday, November 14, 2016

This is a good trail for handicap as well as the older generation folks. The hike is hardball and no dirt. You will go through 2 subdivisions. Just stick to the left hand side.

trail running
Wednesday, October 19, 2016

beautiful views the entire way!! the whole path is paved, so not really 'trail running' but I didn't see a better option.

Newly surfaced (high quality clay), well maintained. Beautiful view of bay. Binocular stations along trail. Very quiet and pretty solitary. Mostly bikes. Stench near Sunnyvale sewage treatment plant can be pretty overwhelming at times, particularly in the mid- to late-afternoon when wind picks up. Best conditions in the morning. Lots of wildlife (many species of birds; hares, etc.). Connects with Stevens Creek Trail. No water or bathrooms from Stevens Creek Trail to Twin Creeks Park (Sunnyvale).

road biking
Thursday, September 15, 2016

Didn't give this 5 stars.....gave it 3 so maybe we'll get a correct average...

Load More