Steep incline at the beginning of the hike, but after that is a pretty mellow hike.

The trailhead posted on the map, at the Cummings Skyway, is no longer accessible. The correct way to access this trail should be at the Crockett Ranch parking lot from the Crockett Blvd. For this I take out one star.

hiking
13 days ago

Great views of the bay/Vallejo bridge area! Saw lots of cows poop too.

mountain biking
over grown
15 days ago

Little overgrown but still fun. Lots of cows. Watch for the catties

A wonderful, well-groomed gem that I am stunned wasn’t more packed than it was when I went. Sweeping views of the bay and the East Bay hills. Decent little bit of grade, but no harsh climbs. On a beautiful Sunday literally had several moments of a half-hour without seeing a single soul. Parking lot right at the trail head. Probably a potential tick site, so would be careful with that, but otherwise, highly recommended.

Beautiful day. Nice breeze. Plenty of trails to explore. Some wooded, some exposed.

mountain biking
bugs
over grown
1 month ago

Nice ride with the boys

mountain biking
over grown
1 month ago

mountain biking
over grown
1 month ago

Beautiful flow trail. Keep going at the bottom of the hill. Bit of a climb to the next track but well worth it. Bring some energy bars, it’s a climb back up

Gorgeous hike. Way better than we expected. Only saw about 4 other people all day.

Beautiful trail with beautiful bay views and lots of wild flowers. We found a pond with frogs, saw poppies, buttercups, mustard flowers and more. Parking and trail location is difficult. But otherwise wonderful.

No one on trail. Beautiful views. Birds and flowers. Kestrel Trail is practically non existent / grown over.

Not crowdy Lots of mountain bikes Pretty views Beginning of flower blooming (beginning of March) Outhouse halfway Dogs allowed

Perfectly moderate hike or walk. Sound pollution remains, but a bit quieter.

hiking
3 months ago

Surprisingly good trail. The drive in was nice (no public transit option), parking was free. Good single track path and I appreciate the bikers that were experienced enough to bypass us as there are dangers with poison ivy and ticks when you stand off trail. Definitely a good hike for long shirt and pants. Nice views and a mix of forest and rolling hills. Good smells and the cherry blossoms are currently in bloom.

hiking
3 months ago

can anyone mark the picnic table on this map?

running
no shade
3 months ago

I love this hike! Lush rolling hills for days and great views of the water once you cross the freeway. People are friendly and is an absolute dog heaven as long as you bring plenty of water for you and the pups!

hiking
3 months ago

The trail is apparently fenced off. We tried to access it today, all kinds of tires and garbage where the fence now was.

Beautiful trail when the hills are green and the wildflowers are starting to come out. Not a lot of shade so be sure to bring a hat.

Directions took me to a fire trail

hiking
no shade
4 months ago

A lot of poison oak and no shade. It’s probably very hot in the summer. Good for training, but not a fantastic place. Quite a few bike trails. They are actually more fun than the other trails and fire roads.

It’s a great park and trails. Slightly muddy in the shaded areas. If you follow my path here the incline gives a fair workout early and it gets pretty easy after that. Great scenery this time of year (Jan). It is a great mountain bike park so be on the lookout for bikers. Nice Park

Great trail, beautiful views. When you get in the valley you don’t hear a sound. The down side of this Regional Park is it is a very popular trail bike park so you have to always give way to some polite and some not polite bikers.

mountain biking
8 months ago

Sugar City trail is great for mountain biking

hiking
no shade
9 months ago

Was a nice day out, no shade, and we left too late in the afternoon when it was way too hot.

mountain biking
no shade
9 months ago

The Back Ranch trail is actually pretty sweet. You’re in between all these hills with cows grassing around. When you make the loop you can see Hwy 4.

hiking
no shade
9 months ago

Pretty easy trail with small portions of tough uphill. Lots of cows. Park on the side of Cummings Skyway, hop the gate to get to the trailhead. Very little shade.

hiking
no shade
10 months ago

mountain biking
10 months ago

To access the “trailhead” you have to hike up from Crockett Hills park and enter the tunnel.

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