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Madrone Trail

Intermediate

Trail

4.2 mile 6.7 kilometer point to point
Doubletrack
Intermediate

Elevation

Ascent: 464' 141 m
Descent: -921' -281 m
High: 1,274' 388 m
Low: 638' 195 m

Grade

Avg Grade: 6% (4°)
Max Grade: 19% (11°)

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Trail shared by Mike Anciaux

Mid-mountain fire road that winds its way around the canyons of the East side of Las Trampas

Mike Anciaux

Electric Mountain Bikes Unknown

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Description

The Madrone Trail stays approximately mid-mountain level and runs the length of Las Trampas Regional Park. It is accessible by bike from Las Trampas Road and Camille Ave in Alamo and from Del Amigo Road and Remington Drive in Danville.

Much of the ride is shaded as you ride around ridge faces to get to the canyons. But, there are great views several places along the way. While the slope of the road is reasonable, the terrain is surprisingly steep and rugged off the edge of the road.

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Family Friendly, ADA Accessible, Need to Know, Dogs Allowed, Features, Electic Mountain Bikes Allowed

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Photos

View from Las Trampas looking north
Sep 3, 2014 near Alamo, CA
Las Trampas Madrone Loop
Apr 20, 2015 near Alamo, CA
Las Trampas Madrone Loop
Apr 19, 2015 near Alamo, CA
Heading downhill
Apr 19, 2015 near Alamo, CA
View of Mt Diablo from near the intersection of Las Trampas and the Madrone trail
Sep 3, 2014 near Alamo, CA

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