Del Amigo Trail to Madrone and Virgil Williams Trail

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Las Trampas Regional Park

Del Amigo Trail to Madrone and Virgil Williams Trail is a 3.4 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Alamo, California that features beautiful wild flowers 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 but must be kept on leash.

Length3.4 miElevation gain810 ftRoute typeLoop
Dogs on leashkid friendlyHikingHorseback ridingMountain bikingNature tripsWalkingBird watchingRunningViewsWildflowers
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Take the Del Amigo trail to the Madron Trail. This will lead you to the Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site.

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brynda dobson
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Nura sinan
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Preston Smalley
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Ginger Hansen
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Ignore the mileage I kept driving with the app running so I got 5.9 miles

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Maren McCarthy
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Jiong Wang
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Sarah K
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Carly Marks
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Nice! A bit muddy but very gorgeous

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Tony Lawrence
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AllTrails Bipin Shah
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Nice Trail

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Nicole Rhoades
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Great way to spend New Years Day 2021!

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Ritu Singh
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Great hike for a short one

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Tejas Kotecha
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Cat Wittman
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It was a lovely trail. Nice and shady with fall colors and nice views. The hills were a little steep for the kiddos so many snack breaks were needed. Good exercise for us all!

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Mary Cheng
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Lots of nice shade with some open spaces. Since it's 2nd week of November, it wasn't so hot -it was beautiful weather! It was an easy hike but with a few steep hills. Definitely will come here again.

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Ha Di
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Easy and beautiful

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Carlos Carbajal
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HOT

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David May
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Patti Carr
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Lots of shade which is good. Hilly at certain points but nice trail. Make sure you have good show tracking for the downhill

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Ben Martin
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A moderate incline through the beginning rewards you with smooth sailing and beautiful vista's of Danville's rolling hills and Mount Diablo. I came across an old tombstone and thought of a better age and time.

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Georgine Brenghause
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AllTrails User
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Nice hike with a good amount of shade, but lots of poison oak. Not too much traffic on a Friday afternoon.

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Shannon Varty
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This is a nice hike. Shaded and has paving and path. Lots, of poison oak along the paths.

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jerlin hurtado
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Meh- I’ve been to nicer hikes. This was a nice distance but too many bar wires and gates .

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Tyler Chuck
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Good walk through the hills! Surprisingly more shade than I would have guessed. Overall, a nice trail!

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Julie Corbett
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Perfect moderate hike. Took about an hour and a half at a leisurely pace. Just enough climbing to get your heart rate up, but plenty of flat parts to just meander and listen to the birds. Not too muddy the day after it rained (in May). Lots of wildflowers and gorgeous views of Mt. Diablo. Only saw five other people hiking on a Tuesday afternoon, which wasn't too bad. Poison oak is abundant, so need to be careful on the narrower parts of the trails.

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Joanna Silverman
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Hard to find. You park on a street with residents around. You see a small sign that just has a “hike”symbol - and when you start you almost don’t know if your going thru someone’s land or not? There are a lot of narrow parts- and there is poison oak. So be careful especially when someone like me, has a dog with them. I had to keep looking at this app to make sure I was on the right path because there is other mini trails that end up part of it. It definitely is nice because it has a lot of areas of shade.. and has a good balance sun/shade in general. There parts that are secluded so for me, If I knew a little bit more before I went - I would of felt comfortable being by myself (with my dog) I would do it again with someone else and some more experience knowing the area.

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Cynds_RN B
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Amazing views and some great inclines. I wouldn’t say it’s “moderate” though, more easy to moderate. Perfect for a short hike!!

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Devon Phillips
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Hiked this trail with a 3 and 6 year old - was a great length with lots of beautiful views, creeks, cows and fun things to see. Lots of poison oak though! Carried the 3 year old in a backpack for a lot of the single track as some of the poison oak did stick out onto the trail, but lots of lovely open trail as well for him to run on so all good - look forward to doing it again!

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Thomas Warren
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Beautiful hike even with the muddy trail and falling rain. Would say it’s a hard hike with the muddy inclines but a really nice escape from self quarantine.

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