About Ann Sieck

Ann Sieck

Ann Sieck wants to make sure people with disabilities, including those who use wheelchairs, can find parks and trails they can enjoy.

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Arrowhead Marsh

March 27, 2014 by Ann Sieck

The fabled “there” in Oakland—one of them, anyway—can be found just north of the airport, close by the Nimitz freeway.

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Bullfrog Road stroll

March 27, 2014 by Ann Sieck

Bull Frog Road is one of the few trails from the Sky Oaks trailheads that is not either very steep

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Don Edwards Tidelands Trail

March 27, 2014 by Ann Sieck

On Newark Slough Trail you can hike or bike five miles on level bare levees, and with a little luck

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Point Isabel to Marina Bay

March 27, 2014 by Ann Sieck

I gave this trail a lukewarm review back in 2008, so I was surprised when we spent a morning there

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Dry Creek Tolman Peak Trail

March 27, 2014 by Ann Sieck

Dry Creek Pioneer Park is accessible via its twin Garin Park to the north, but the May Sreet entrance is

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Dry Creek Meyer’s Ranch Trail

March 27, 2014 by Ann Sieck

This park’s oxymoronic name applies in summer, when the terraced ridges are tawny and oak trees crowded down cracked clay

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Sibley Preserve loop from North Entrance

March 27, 2014 by Ann Sieck

From Sibley Volcanic Preserve’s north trailhead, Quarry Road climbs steep scotch broom-cloaked hillsides directly to the Round Top volcanic area. 

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Skyline Trail to Tilden Park

March 27, 2014 by Ann Sieck

From the small parking area on Tunnel Road at the north trailhead of Sibley Volcanic Preserve, Skyline Trail climbs to

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China Camp Shoreline Trail

March 27, 2014 by Ann Sieck

Shoreline Trail is just a lovely ramble along the side of the bay in one of the rare places where

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Las Gallinas Wildlife Ponds

March 27, 2014 by Ann Sieck

This very accessible wetland restoration project offers great bird and wildlife watching. You can take a 4+ mile hike on

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