Best dogs no trails in Berkeley, California

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Explore the most popular no dogs trails near Berkeley with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
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Top trails (15)
#1 - Inspiration Point to Wildcat Peak
Tilden Regional Park
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Length: 4 mi • Est. 1 h 55 m
#2 - Wildcat Peak Trail via Laurel Canyon and Sylvan Trail
Tilden Regional Park
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Length: 3.2 mi • Est. 1 h 45 m
NOTE: As of September 2020, the beginning of this trail is closed however there is a detour. Additionally, the parking area for this trail is closed due to COVID-19. Visitors can still walk or bike here from elsewhere. Please check the park's website for more information: https://www.ebparks.org/news/covid_19_park_and_trail_updates.htm#parks-open-closed This scenic loop takes you from the Tilden Park Environmental Education Center to the summit of Wildcat Peak via the Jewel Lake, Sylvan, Peak and Laurel Canyon trails. Terrific views of the Bay Area and a variety of plants and birds keep this route interesting throughout. This route may be very muddy in wet weather.Show more
#3 - Nimitz Way Trail to Inspiration Peak and Jewel Lake
Tilden Regional Park
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Length: 5.9 mi • Est. 2 h 57 m
#4 - Grizzly Peak to Skyline
Tilden Regional Park
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Length: 11.5 mi • Est. 6 h 17 m
#5 - Laurel Canyon, Wildcat Peak, Sylvan, and Jewel Lake Loop
Tilden Nature Area
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Length: 3.3 mi • Est. 1 h 47 m
NOTE: The parking area for this trail is closed due to COVID-19. Visitors can still walk or bike here from elsewhere. Please check the park's website for more information: https://www.ebparks.org/news/covid_19_park_and_trail_updates.htm#parks-open-closed Park Features: These lands are a 740-acre nature preserve with over 10 miles of hiking trails, the renowned Environmental Education Center (EEC), the Little Farm, and Jewel Lake. The EEC features exhibits and park information. The farm, built in 1955, features a variety of farm animals. Visitors may bring lettuce or celery (only) to feed the animals. Dogs are NOT permitted; bicycle routes are limited. Trail Highlights: Follow narrow, winding paths through shaded oak/bay woodland, rolling grasslands, and scented eucalyptus forests. Catch magnificent views atop 1,211-foot Wildcat Peak, then descend to historic Jewel Lake. You’ll pass the waterworks of this small reservoir which once supplied East Bay communities, then return to the visitor center by way of the boardwalk. Trail Directions: Start at the EEC where you’ll find drinking water, restrooms, and trail maps. Begin your hike at the Laurel Canyon trail post on the EEC back lawn (the Laurel Canyon posts are marked with a bay leaf symbol). Pass two small buildings, a small pond, and then cross a dirt road as you follow Laurel Canyon Trail gently uphill through a eucalyptus forest. At Loop Road (the second dirt road) jog left for a few yards, then turn right and continue uphill as the trail climbs through oak/bay woodland. Continue past the intersection with Pine Tree Trail, and then watch for a fork in the trail. Take the right fork “To Peak Trail,” and continue uphill. Turn left onto the Laurel Canyon fire road and take next right onto a steep, narrow path. Turn left at top and follow the dirt road to the summit of Wildcat Peak. To return, retrace your steps and quickly turn right onto the Peak Trail. Continue down, staying on the main trail and ignoring unmarked forks. At the Sylvan Trail, turn right and follow it to the Jewel Lake Trail junction. Turn right onto the Jewel Lake Trail (following duck symbol), passing post #8 on your right. Proceed to the fire-road. Turn left here (at post #9), onto Wildcat Creek Trail. Continue straight along the dirt road to the EEC, or take the boardwalk by following the trail along the East side of the lake. After exiting the boardwalk, turn right onto the fire road to return to the starting point. Getting There: From Hwy 80: Take the University Avenue exit in Berkeley. Follow University towards the hills, turn left onto Oxford St. Turn right onto Rose St. Turn left onto Spruce St. Follow Spruce up the hill, you will reach a stop sign at the top of the hill, proceed through the intersection and turn immediately left down Canon Dr. At the bottom of Canon, veer left onto Central Park Drive and follow into the parking lot for the Nature Area. From Hwy 24: Exit at Fish Ranch Road. Take Fish Ranch Road to Grizzly Peak Blvd. and turn right. Continue on Grizzly Peak Blvd. until you come to the intersection of Spruce Street, Wildcat Canyon Road and Canon Drive. Turn right on Wildcat Canyon Rd., then immediately make a sharp left down Canon Drive. At the bottom of the hill, veer left onto Central Park Drive and follow into the parking lot for the Nature Area. Park hours: 8am - Dusk Fees: None Website: www.ebparks.org/parks/tilden/tna Note: No dogs in Tilden Nature Area except on leash on Nimitz Way and in Indian Camp Picnic Area.Show more
#6 - Jewel Lake Loop
Tilden Regional Park
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Length: 2 mi • Est. 49 m
NOTE: The parking area for this trail is closed due to COVID-19. Visitors can still walk or bike here from elsewhere. Please check the park's website for more information: https://www.ebparks.org/news/covid_19_park_and_trail_updates.htm#parks-open-closed The path around Jewel Lake offers a great tour of the Tilden Nature Area. There is a boardwalk section along the east side of the lake and the majority of the trail is a gentle walk through a lovely lush forest, with opportunities to see wildlife. The area is home to many bird species, turtles, frogs, ducks and butterflies. Tilden Nature Area also includes a playground with nearby picnic tables as well as the Little Farm. At the Little Farm, children are welcome to bring their own celery, carrots and lettuce to feed goats, pigs, rabbits and many other farm animals. Show more
#7 - Wildcat Peak
Tilden Regional Park
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Length: 3.4 mi • Est. 1 h 51 m
NOTE: The parking area for this trail is closed due to COVID-19. Visitors can still walk or bike here from elsewhere. Please check the park's website for more information: https://www.ebparks.org/news/covid_19_park_and_trail_updates.htm#parks-open-closedShow more
#8 - Jewel Lake
Tilden Nature Area
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Length: 0.7 mi • Est. 18 m
NOTE: The parking area for this trail is closed due to COVID-19. Visitors can still walk or bike here from elsewhere. Please check the park's website for more information: https://www.ebparks.org/news/covid_19_park_and_trail_updates.htm#parks-open-closedShow more
#9 - Tilden Regional Park Wildcat Creek Trail
Tilden Regional Park
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Length: 2.5 mi • Est. 1 h 6 m
NOTE: The parking area for this trail is closed due to COVID-19. Visitors can still walk or bike here from elsewhere. Please check the park's website for more information: https://www.ebparks.org/news/covid_19_park_and_trail_updates.htm#parks-open-closedShow more
#10 - Wildcat Creek Trail
Wildcat Canyon Regional Park
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Length: 8.6 mi • Est. 4 h 4 m
NOTE: The parking area for this trail is closed due to COVID-19. Visitors can still walk or bike here from elsewhere. Please check the park's website for more information: https://www.ebparks.org/news/covid_19_park_and_trail_updates.htm#parks-open-closed This trail meanders through a beautiful East Bay landscape along the Wildcat Creek. There are many trails in this area if you wish to extend your hike, such as trekking up to the top of Wildcat Peak.Show more
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