Elderberry Trail

2.1 Miles
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Trail added on:
August 22, 2017
Updated on:
May 16, 2019



Dogs (leashed)

The Elderberry Trail at Las Trampas Regional Wilderness is a moderate 2.1-mile one-way trail that connects to the Rocky Ridge View Trail and has amazing views of the mountainous wilderness.

This recording starts at the end of the Rocky Ridge View Trail; however, you can hike this trail in any direction and even make a 5.2-mile loop with the Rocky Ridge View Trail if you like. If you plan to hike up this trail, it's a moderate-to-difficult hike considering the elevation gain. If you plan to hike this trail down, it's a much easier and pleasant hike after hiking up the Rocky Ridge View Trail.

Parking: Parking can be found at the main lot at the end of Bollinger Canyon Road in Moraga, CA.

Pets: Dogs are allowed if they are leashed and waste is carried out.

For more details check out this NorCal Hiker blog post.

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2.1 miles
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