March 27, 2014 by Kristen Martz
Surrounded completely by open grassland, the Serpentine Loop Trail at Edgewood is noted as the best for wildflower viewing. The ...
This semi-steep trail is a great hike to get your heart pumping. With breathtaking views of parts of Contra Costa ...
This small preserve is a beautiful spot for a quick getaway hike in the bustling Tri-Valley. There are great views ...
This beautiful trail nestled in the Tri-Valley Area covers all of the Pleasanton Ridge hills. Rich with grasslands and wildflowers ...
This little-known trail is a treat this time of year, when the hills are still green and the cows are ...
The Tassajara Creek is a small trail for now, it's a beautiful oasis in the busy citty of Dublin. A ...
Though the paved trail, traffic noise and high-tension power lines don't scream “wilderness,” rolling hills ripe with springtime wildflowers ...
Nice, short hike down the hill from Battery Godfrey to Marshall Beach, mostly stairs. No pets allowed. Plenty of plants ...
March 28, 2013 by Kristen Martz
Got some time on a beautiful spring weekend? Spend it in wildflower country on some of the Bay Area's best hikes.
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BIRDING THE BAY TRAIL
Late summer brings returning migrant shorebirds to the Bay. Come for a walk on the SF Bay trail and see ...
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