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Ohlone-Crystyl Ranch Loop

 8 votes

5.5 Miles 8.9 Kilometers


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757' 231 m

Ascent

-767' -234 m

Descent

863' 263 m

High

370' 113 m

Low

5%

Avg Grade (3°)

21%

Max Grade (12°)

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Tour around Lime Ridge ranchlands and quarries.

Bob Gardner

Overview

This ride provides nice views of the Diablo Valley from Mt Diablo out to the Delta.

Description

Head out along these old ranch roads as they criss-cross the open space, going north-south along Lime Ridge. This ride follows two of the longer trails in a loop around the ridge.

Starting from the Ygnacio Valley Road trailhead, head south on the Ohlone Trail as it parallels the road. Stay on Ohlone or the parallel section of Buckeye Trail to the Boundary Oak Golf Course where the Paraiso Trail provides a connection to the Crystyl Ranch Trail, which runs north along the eastern boundary of the open space. Pass through the Crystyl Ranch neighborhood on S. Montecito Dr. to return to the trailhead.

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Sep 9, 2017
Collen Jones
The trail started off fun but ended up dry and cracked, difficult to ride. End was disappointing -- downhill after big climb was mostly paved roads 5.5mi
Aug 14, 2017
Sean Kievning
May 27, 2017
Erik Reindl
10mi
Jan 27, 2017
Amanda Millhouse
Oct 9, 2016
Kent Arsedo
5.5mi — 2h 45m
Sep 16, 2016
Chris Pimentel
Sep 11, 2016
Angela Pim
Accidentally took a wrong turn. Completed 7 miles. — 1h 19m

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  2.3 from 8 votes

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  2.3 from 8 votes
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Conditions


Minor Issues 64 days ago
Dry - This ride mostly sucks! Fire trail with huge cracks like spiderwebs, Some cracks up to 4”. Some nice views of Walnut Creek
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