A strenuous full day of hiking trail through the Diablo Range hills, broken into two segments and includes two parks and three regional wilderness areas. The Ohlone Trail passes through the Ohlone Wilderness and three regional parks: Mission Peak Regional Preserve in Fremont, Sunol Regional Wilderness near Pleasanton and south of Sunol, and Del Valle Regional Park. It also passes through two watershed areas leased from the San Francisco Water Department. The remote and beautiful wilderness areas of the Ohlone Wilderness are accessible only through the Ohlone Wilderness Trail. The Ohlone Trail traverses 28 miles of mountains and canyons in southern Alameda County and is open to hikers and equestrians. Its centerpiece is 3,817-foot Rose Peak, just 32 feet lower than Mount Diablo. The abundance of wildlife includes golden eagles, mountain lions, and tule elk.
Ohlone Wildnerness Trail is a 20 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Livermore, CA that features a waterfall and is only recommended for very experienced adventurers. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible from March until March.
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