hiking

walking

views

birding

nature trips

dog friendly

mountain biking

trail running

wild flowers

horseback riding

kid friendly

wildlife

The East Bay Regional Park District began acquiring land for Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve in the early 1970s. Today, most of the mining district is within the Preserve's nearly 6,096 acres. The area is an ideal location for hiking, picnicking and nature study. Naturalists conduct a variety of programs relating the Preserve's natural and historic resources.

backpacking
18 days ago

So much fun the family and I did 5.76 miles went all around the park so much to see and definitely will come back love this place

hiking
19 days ago

very good views on this trail and the rocky points are lovely....

hiking
29 days ago

Did see a coyote on this trail. Not as well marked as other trails, but still a nice hike!

hiking
1 month ago

It was really fun and historical! There's so much to do! It was a really clean park. There are numerous slopes but nothing to hard.

overall good but long day if you bring the kiddos. our little one, 8yrs had a couple break downs due to the heat but we ended up back at the car finishing 6.75 miles. Got a tad lost in the beginning, the trail wasn't clearly marked at the start. Nice views, would do again.

hiking
1 month ago

this was an ok hike..no scenery until you get to the other side of the mountain. over all good.

hiking
1 month ago