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In Anthony Chabot Regional Park visitors can explore miles of beautiful hiking, riding, and bicycling trails through grasslands, chaparral, and shady eucalyptus groves or along the shores of Lake Chabot.

Most of this loop was paved concrete. Entered it via the marina dock as opposed to the trail head noted in the app. Very nice views of the lake.

Very nice trail. Partially sunny, partially shady, both flat and hilly areas. My feet started hurting around mile 7 and were killing me by the end, but after I rest up, I plan on doing it again. Also, I saw a wild coyote on the hike, that was awesome!

Nice Sunday wake up

hiking
14 days ago

Hiked the around the whole lake, it was beautiful. Not to strenuous, we started on the left side by the bathrooms/Marina and would do that again. It was shady and the incline was not to bad.
Going the other way we would of been in the sun during a steep dirt trail portion. Started at 8:30am done by 1:30pm. Stopped after mile 5 or so, found a nice bench with a view for lunch.

mountain biking
21 days ago

walking
23 days ago

hiking
1 month ago

It is a very pretty trail.

Nice trail with varied terrain. Lots of bikes on some stretches of the trail.

I went on this hike today. It was a great way to spend the day. It was peaceful and beautiful.

Beautiful trail.

Late summer the lake gets a little stagnant and can smell a little.

Very challenging but worth it.

hiking
3 months ago

mountain biking
3 months ago

This is the Lake Chabot Bike Loop. The dam project is now officially finished (as of October 2017) and the entire loop is open again.

I recommend doing the loop counter clockwise. The first 2 miles along the east shore are paved and there are a lot of pedestrians, so it’s a good warmup on the bike. Then there’s the steep ascent up Live Oak Trail that is the most difficult part. Once you reach Brandon, it’s a wide trail with a series of descents that is a blast on a bike. Eventually you’ll get off Brandon and make another less-steep ascent up Skyline trail and arrive at the Grass Valley parking lot. Then it’s downhill again on Goldenrod until you reach the dam. From the dam back to the marina is all paved with lots of pedestrians again.

Moderate

Hiking with my dog.

Fun hike. Great for dogs and kids as well. Great view of the city.

hiking
5 months ago

Beautiful! We just did 1.5 miles on the left side of the loop and then back. Saw four deer! Nice and shady Lakeside hike. Loved it!

hiking
5 months ago

I enjoyed this hike. It starts off with about two miles of pavement, then goes to about the off-road, and then ends up with the two miles of pavement.

Depending on the time of day, and the time of week it can get busy here, but the trails are well maintained, and the views are beautiful.

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