Explore the most popular walking trails in Brushy Peak Natural Resource Area with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

nice trail for a sunny winter day. definite climb any way you go. well marked -open views. not a place to go if you want to hike in seclusion, but easy to get to

Nice place to to hike on a cool day. Interesting wildlife. keep your little dogs close lol.

Excellent trail except the few times cows block the way. Pats district did an amazing job rehabbing this trail after the bad winter a year ago.

we loved this trail. it's a good length to do with the dog and without needing too much of a pack - just some water.

Nice simple place to hike. Amazing and beautiful in the winter/spring but in the summer it's hot with little shade.

Pretty fun MTB ride , better ride on winter . Summer time the heat and snakes may affect your ride or hike..beside that it's only 4.5 miles ride,
and it's close to the Valley..

Pretty hike with nice hill. Saw a coyote last time on it!

Great hike with varying terrain. Well worth your time.

A great local trail with a fair number of wildlife sightings. Would definitely do it again.

Nice well maintained trail in the area. Great valley views, peaceful. Truly enjoyed watching sunset from the trail.

Rolling hills, quiet park. Enjoyed with family for a nice walk and just to be outdoors

Nice hike, fun even for us beginners. Awesome view when you get to the top.

Trail was ok, not overly scenic. There is a rocky area that is nice. Lots of squirrels and large black beetle bugs crawling around. Was hoping to see a hawk or other large birds but only saw crows. Most of the trail was in the sun.

nice valley and lake views.

nice trail with 1k elevation.

Perfect place for a morning hike after a long break.

My go to local hike. Good elevation climb, not too agressive. There are several loops so you can tailor your hike to your needs. Maps are available at kiosk. Free parking/entry. Dog friendly. Cattle grazing in winter until early summer. Winter can be muddy and summer gets hot, plan accordingly.

Such beautiful views of Livermore and a great workout! Takes about an hour and a half all the way around, although I had a baby on my back and am pregnant, so I am sure many of you could do it faster than me.

Free parking and a great mix of hills and rocky paths and flatter parts as well.

Really nice hike. Not to hard.

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