Explore the most popular dogs on leash trails in Coyote Hills Regional Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

on Red Hill Loop Trail

hiking
4 months ago

nice view.

So many options for connecting trails. Lots of quiet spots to enjoy the amazing views. Great for children.

hiking
5 months ago

It's moderate hiking distance with nice bay view. Parking at the Don Edward San Francisco National Wildlife Refuge visitor center area. At the end of no name trail (intersection with end of Alameda Creek trail, it is good place to see the 92 (San Mateo) bridge and 84 (Dumbarton) bridge, and it is very beautiful looking back to coyote hills.

Beautiful trail.

Great views of the Bay and hills

A longer version of the Bayview trail.
the part on No-name trail is full of birds and is rather long, so biking is a good options. (I hiked this time, but I did bike this trail once).
Very nice sights and wildlife on the trail

https://www.alltrails.com/explore/recording/bayview-trail-and-no-name-trail

mountain biking
Saturday, April 15, 2017

Brilliant all the way!

Monday, March 20, 2017

Easy to vary your route. Lots of side trails. Very beautiful views of the Bay

I really enjoy biking at Coyote Hills. I created this trail to share the big loop that includes the shoreline trail to the Dumbarton Bridge for those who like the challenge of a little extra distance. You can do a shorter version by taking the "no name" trail back. I added a track that shows this, it's about 9 miles. Someone should really name that trail. :)

There is no shade at Coyote Hills and you will get some reflection from the water, so be sure to bring protection. Also, do not bike on shoreline trail after a recent precipitation as you will get bogged down in the track along the slough. It's like biking through cement when it's wet.

There is moderate traffic along the trail until you reach the western portion. The section between Alameda Creek Trail and the Dumbarton Bridge has very little traffic. This morning I didn't see anyone, just a bunch of geese. I like getting off the beaten path and this is a good place to do that.

If you want to add some distance, you will pass the entrance to bike across the Dumbarton Bridge along Marshlands Rd. And you can also connect to the Newark Slough trail.

I averaged 15 mph throughout the trail. Usually you will get a tail wind on the way back to the parking area on Paseo Padre, which makes the last couple of miles easy.

hiking
Sunday, November 27, 2016

Great short hike that takes you up to the top with great views of the entire South Bay. There are benches on the hill to sit down and enjoy the view. I warmed up with the Lizard Rock Trail before doing Red Hill Loop to get about 2.5 miles total.

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23 days ago

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road biking
2 months ago

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3 months ago

trail running
3 months ago

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4 months ago

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6 months ago

road biking
6 months ago

hiking
8 months ago

on Red Hill Loop Trail

hiking
9 months ago

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