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1:25,000 scale with shaded relief and 40-foot contours.
26" X 39", folds to 4.4" x 9" Double-sided.

Redwood Hikes Press.
ISBN 978-1-934127-36-0.
2019, waterproof plastic: $10.95

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Dotson Family Marsh and Point Pinole Regional Shoreline


From ridgetop ranch roads in Briones Park you can watch the fog hover atop the Berkeley Hills.

Tilden Park's Visitor Center

East Bay Trail Maps by Redwood Hikes Press

Our colleague Dave Baselt at Redwood Hikes Press trails has produced a great series of maps showing the East Bay Hills and beyond. The trails are crisp, the scale is a generous 1:25,000, and the terrain jumps off the page. Longtime East Bay hikers, equestrians, and cyclists will find them worthy successors to the two Olmsted and Bros. Ramblers Guides to the East Bay Hills (North and Central Sections, long out-of-print). Or if you have a shoebox full of East Bay Parks brochure maps, this map provide the big-picture view you've been looking for.

Berkeley Hills and Carquinez Strait begins on familar ground. The south side shows EBPRD's core areas Tilden, Wildcat Canyon, and Briones Regional Parks, plus EBMUD's public and permit-only trails along San Pablo and Briones Reservoirs.

The north side is the first good map showing Point Pinole and Carquinez Strait Regional Shorelines; Crockett Hills Regional Park, Fernandez Ranch Preserve, and John Muir National Historic Site together. The Bay Area Ridge Trail and San Francisco Bay Trail are starting to connect these public lands, including a planned 50-mile Carquinez Strait Scenic Loop linking the Carquinez and Benicia-Martinez bridges. (The map doesn't indicate this loop but shows many of its component trails and bike paths. There are still 3-4 big gaps to solve).

up arrow North and South (back and front) of Berkeley Hills map:

Berkeley Hills North map   

Berkeley Hills South Thumbnail

 

up arrowSample: shows the southern tip of Tilden Regional Park, including 1905-foot Vollmer Peak and the model steam trains. The map shows single track vs. fire roads, mileages, views, gates, and stairways.<

Continues on Oakland Hills and Pleasanton Ridge map.