Hiking And Biking Trails In Contra Costa County

Get Outside And Get Moving By Hitting These Trails

If you are like many Americans, your list of New Year’s resolutions was marked by a commitment to improve your health and well being this year. Going to the gym can seem tedious, however, so try swap journeying down one of these hiking trails into your workout routine to keep you on the path to healthy living. Not only will you get to enjoy Contra Costa County’s natural beauty, you will also get your heart rate up in an enjoyable way.

Contra Costa Canal Trail

One of the premier biking trails in the area, this multi-use trail is also great for walkers, runners, people in wheelchairs, and horses. This trail is paved for 13.8 miles and runs along the Contra Costa Canal. Not only will you have the opportunity to be active along the water, but you will also pass through a number of local parks in Pleasant Hills, Walnut Creek, and Concord. For a clear path filled with beautiful sceneries, head out to this Canal Trail.

Mount Diablo’s Grand Loop

If you are looking for a place to soak in natural beauty and clear your head of life’s stresses, this trail is for you. Spanning 6.2 miles, it features stunning views of the Bay Area and some of the best wildflowers spring has to offer. While you can complete this walk in three hours or less, take a half-day if you came to explore and enjoy a picnic at the top with breathtaking, bird’s-eye views.

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