Las Trampas Regional Wilderness, San Ramon

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Las Trampas Regional Wilderness is a 5,342-acre (21.62 km2) regional park located in Alameda and Contra Costa counties in Northern California. The nearest city is Danville, California. Las Trampas is Spanish for the traps, or the snares. The park belongs to the East Bay Regional Park District (EBRPD).
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  • Beautiful place to hike and get some exercise. There are many different trails to choose from. You can also rent horses and horseback riding along one of those many trails.  more »
  • This is a great hike and once on the ridge the views are beautiful. But it is uphill all of the way with a few break points and then downhill. I would recommend a walking stick just in case you come.....  more »
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  • Great trails & not crowded at all. Good place to take your dogs but be careful with the cows & dogs interactions. Saw a very slim coyote crossing the road today on the way back & a dead fox a few weeks ago..
  • Got a chance to travel and experience the beauty and so relaxing place in CA. This place was so nice and has a wide and long walking spots which I like the most. The walking area was a lot of amazing and so nice over looking. That was an unforgettable visit.

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