Explore the most popular trails near Woodacre 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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4 months ago

The trail was a little harder than I expected and according to my recording, more like 4.5 miles. There was a LOT of steep downhill action so I’d recommend wearing shoes with good traction. Bring water as it gets hot in the unshaded parts. Otherwise a good workout and some pretty spots along the creek / redwoods!

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4 months ago

Great hike on I’m not so hot day in July. Be prepared for some scrabble, and a lot of fairly quick altitude changes. Bring some shoes with traction. My dog loved it (didn’t see any Rangers) and we will definitely be back when I want a bit of a work out again.

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8 months ago

Stunning first 0.7 miles. Canopy and stream. Once you break out on top great views and easy hiking grassy hills. Then back into the awesome dark forest again.

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9 months ago

It’s a beautiful trail I just would not suggest it for people with a three month old infant strapped to their tummies it became a bit difficult at the end of the first .6 miles where it goes incline oh boy

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Sun Sep 09 2018

A real gem! Beautiful hike with plenty of shade including redwoods In one area. Not all of the trails are marked, the AllTrails map was appreciated. There’s currently a lot of poison oak and it’s buggy in some places since there’s still some water in the creeks. I can imagine it will be gorgeous in the winter after it rains.

Tough climb but amazing views. Nice wide trail

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Mon Feb 05 2018

Beautiful hike along a riparian trail up to a ridge hike with views of Mount Diablo. We hiked to Carson Falls from where the Liberty trail intersects the Oat Hill fire road. The segment to Carson Falls was marked clearly and was short (less than 1.0 miles). The hike has steep inclines so you get your workout but it is well worth it. I should note that the Liberty trail is itself unmarked but its well worn and easy to follow to Oat Hill fire road where there are a number of well marked trail heads and intersections.

A very poetic and beautiful hike! A bit strenuous and rustic at times, but well worth it! This was one of my favorites so far!

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Sat Nov 11 2017

One of the prettiest hikes we’ve done Lots of little wildlife: 15+ Banana Slugs, 2 Salamanders and a centipede. Great views. More strenuous than a moderate hike because of the steep climbs and descents. Never saw a cave.

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