Las Trampas Regional Wilderness – Ringtail Cat Trail and Madrone Trail

2010-11-06 Sunny, highs in the 60’s

We parked at the end of Hemme Ave in Alamo. This is the dark side of the mountain.

This is a steep climb hike.

But once you get to the top of Las Trampas it always has great views.

Once you get to Madrone the trail opens.

This days hike wasn’t a very long hike, but it was a climb.

Mount Diablo

Looking back to the East you will see Mount Diablo.

If you stand very still up here you can see heads poking up through the ground, as they look before kicking out more dirt from their homes.

And all the commercials are true. California cows are the happiest cows around. Who wouldn’t when they could live their lives here?

Always so much to see and discover.

Windmill Farm

We always stop by Windmill Farmers market on the way home. Best produce around!

2255 San Ramon Valley Blvd
San Ramon, CA 94583

(925) 820-0747

Hours:
Mon-Sat 10 am – 7 pm

Sun 10 am – 6:30 pm

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One Response to Las Trampas Regional Wilderness – Ringtail Cat Trail and Madrone Trail

  1. Pingback: Exploring the Ringtail Cat Trail, Las Trampas, Alamo « A Nature Mom

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