Seaview, Meadows Canyon, Wildcat Gorge, Quarry, and Lower Big Springs Loop

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Tilden Regional Park

Seaview, Meadows Canyon, Wildcat Gorge, Quarry, and Lower Big Springs Loop is a 9 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near Berkeley, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, nature trips, and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length9 miElevation gain1797 ftRoute typeLoop
dog friendlyHikingMountain bikingNature tripsForestViewsWildflowersWildlife
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The East Bay trail offers scenic views of the entire regional park

Park at the Lomas Cantadas Parking Area

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Brian Kretz
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HikingGreat!

I’ve been here a few times and it’s a really nice hike. Can get pretty crowded, and there are lots of bikes and dogs. One thing I’d note, a ton of dogs off leash, and a lot of them kinda wander which can be a pain if you’re walking your dog on leash. I take my pup here and we tend to hike at a pretty brisk pace, so it can be a tad annoying to have to stop and say hi to every dog that approaches. Also, if you have a dog that’s a little leash reactive, it’s probably not a great trail for the aforementioned reason

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Stephen Brenna
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Cosette P
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Hiking

Paved for about a mile in....then there’s some parts of the trail that are not marked so we had to back track a couple times. Great elevation gain and heavily trafficked.

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Nicole Rothschild
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Hiking

Great trail, but I would say highly trafficked. The views are really great and it’s wonderful if you start early when the fog is still present. The first 2/3 are easy and paved. The lat 1/3 is a little more challenging. Trail is well maintained. There are a few places where you cross a main road but it’s short.

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Tyler Chuck
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Hiking

Truly one of the best, most complete trails in Tilden with views of everything. You’ll love this one!

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Sarah Mcknight
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HikingOff trailRocky

The hike started off very beautiful we parked by the train and took the Seaview trail. Lots of trees and shade starts up hill right away. When you get to the peak you can see San Francisco and San Pablo Reservoir so pretty. But there is multiple trails out there and the sign post do not lead you very well. We ended up on a cement road and walked back for several miles up hill and did not see one trail sign , thankfully there is service out there to use gps. Ended doing about 8 miles in 3 hours

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Jeff Allen
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Hiking

These are my "backyard" hikes that I've done quite often, either because I need to get out and exercise, or because the weather is perfect for some landscape photography, I always come back for more.

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Julieann Dragt
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Lauren Salazar
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HikingMuddy

Time of hike: morning, early January Overall great route. It’s a mix of sunny and shady / windy, so bring some layers and sunglasses / hat. You get some gorgeous views of both the bay and the reservoirs and hills on the east. Super muddy through Wildcat Gorge, but Seaview, Quarry, and Lower Big Springs we’re mostly dry. Breaks: there are a few benches along the way, but the first stop with more amenities (bathroom, picnic tables) is the Lone Oak picnic area. After that there’s also space near Lake Anza. Time: at about 2-2.5 miles per hour, with some breaks, took me about 3.5 hours

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Dan D
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Hiking

good for dogs off leash; a little muddy

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Troy Cole
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Mila Ioffe
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Hiking

Went from sea view trail to vullmer trail. Loop is moderate easier on sea view and harder on a way back on vullmer. Beautiful unobstructed views of the bay and reservoir.

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Alistair N.
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Hiking

Great view of the city; good diversity and mix of sun/shade.

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Sue Stanfield
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RunningRocky

Please note this route takes you along the street for about a mile. I had to make some adjustments to run since I did not feel comfortable running on the street to get to the next trail. Plenty of shade, rocky in most areas, benches throughout to rest or overlook the view. Dog friendly, not to secluded.

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Jason Sun
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Hiking

Great hike with stunning views. Some places are kinda rocky but generally not very strenuous.

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Alix R
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due to all the recent rain the middle portion (Meadows Canyon) of this was soooo muddy! no way around it! bring hiking poles if you have them!

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David Boardman
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Zhong Wang
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Came early on a Saturday morning, standing on top of the cloud, absolutely amazing views! A small part of the trail is strenuous, without the app I will for sure get lost.

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Lizard VB
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Walking
First to Review

Can be pretty hot in open places. Neat views and lovely wide sections under big canopy

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Dahlia Williams
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Tyler Gregory
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Mel Mogensen
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Scott Cantor
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Hiking
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Brianna Maestas
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Hiking
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Daesoo Kim
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Hiking
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Christina Parker
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Hiking
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Vera Zheleznyak
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