Apay Way to Bay View Trail to Red Hill Trail Loop

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Coyote Hills Regional Park

Apay Way to Bay View Trail to Red Hill Trail Loop is a 6.1 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Fremont, California that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length6.1 miElevation gain636 ftRoute typeOut & back
dog friendlyHikingMountain bikingWalkingBird watchingrunningViewsWildlifeNo shade
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Starting near the Newark Slough parking lot, the Quarry Trail goes across Hwy 84 to enter Coyote Hills Regional Park. From here, take Apay Way and continue on to Bay View trail, all the while enjoying fine views of the bay from the hills. You can return to Apay Way junction either taking Red Hills trail or looping back by Bay View Trail. Retrace the steps by Apay Way and Quarry trail to reach the starting point.

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Harshita Kasera
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Sibel Guner
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Gunjan Patel
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Reg Chatman
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Awesome!

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Krystol Dionne
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HikingNo shade

Probably better in cooler weather. A little smelly now.

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Refugio Gonzalez Ponce
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HikingNo shade

Very smelly! Good views.

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Ryuichi E
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Hiking

Coyote hills is gorgeous as always. This trail is really great because you get to explore several different elevations. Definitely recommended.

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Praveen Suggala
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Horseback riding

Excellent trail. This is always my favorite been there 50 times and this was the last in my 31 days 31 hikes mission accomplished. Safe clean beautiful and much more.

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Soren N
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Hiking

Nice flat trail, but no pets are allowed on the No Name trail! I wish I had known this ahead of time as had to cut the trail short. Overall kind of a general stink in the air, but a good day hike.

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yu lin
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HikingBugsNo shadeScramble

A great way to exercise during shelter in place! It's a bit harder to social distance around noon because it gets a tad crowded, so I suggest that you go earlier. no shade, so bring water and a hat

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amaar karim
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HikingNo shade

Great trail for a nice cool day or a cloudy one. There is no shade on this trail at all so if you plan on coming during the summer make sure you bring a lot of water. Most of the trail is gravel or paved until you get to the incline. The incline is pretty steep so be prepared! Also the parking lot you normally will park in is closed due to COVID-19 or something of the sort so you'll need to park a little farther away and walk on the road to get to the trailhead. Great views of the Bay and the surrounding areas!

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Sherry Anderson
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HikingNo shade

Nice open view

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Yongmin Hu
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Great bay view! Not demanding at all, mostly flat.

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Piotr User
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Mountain bikingOff trail
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Maddy Conner
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Pragati B
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Hiking

Nice views after a mile into the hike. It took little over three hours for us to complete this hike. We took the apway -> red hill trail while coming back. Found red hill trail more hard than the apway trail. Would recommend to start as early as possible before the sun gets on you. Would go again !!

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Morgan Descoteaux
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Becky Cyr
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Hiking

Dog friendly and beautiful! Check for ticks!

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Brittany Keith
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Dave Jones
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HikingNo shade

Not very pretty for the first 1.5 miles or so then gets quieter and more serene. You can almost forget the city is so near. Good number of steep hills that you can do twice (if you go out and straight back).

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Dar Barnhart
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Great trail.

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Matt R
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Mountain biking

This was a fun bike ride. The wind was blowing hard toward the south-east as it frequently does. This made the Bayview trail tough sledding. For this reason, I chose to do the loop counter-clockwise to take advantage of the tailwind on the back nine. There is a series of switch backs that takes you up the hill to the Red Hill trail (see my track). Then it's a series of ups and downs akin to riding a roller coaster, which was a blast! And don't forget to stop at the top and take in the views, because they are fantastic! I like when you're going down a steep hill and can see where the path is headed. And better yet there is an uphill on the other side that will slow you down so you don't need to use your brakes at all. The tailwind made coming back on Bayview trail a breeze, literally and figuratively. The recording shows that I topped out at 23 mph, and I was in a middle gear not really pushing hard at all. I did the loop on a Trek 7.2 hybrid with trail tires. A mountain bike would be preferred on Red Hill. You can ride a road bike on Bayview, but I wouldn't recommend it for Red Hill.

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S Suresh
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An excellent hike with views of SF Bay from Newark. Red Hills trail will offer an energetic workout for those choosing to do it. Detailed Blog: http://shompens.com/canvas/1467243939417

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Tara Boehm
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wanda fong
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Gary Cotton
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