Briones Regional Park Loop, Contra Costa County
Location: Contra Costa County, CA
Features: Hiking trails, bird watching, bike friendly, dogs allowed, incredible scenery
Briones Regional Park Loop
A 6,000 acre regional park property in the East Bay Regional District system, Briones Hills of the Contra Costa County of the San Francisco Bay Area in California, Briones Regional Park is located in the rolling hills of the East Bay region. The western end is adjacent to the Briones Reservoir. The park is home to the Briones Peak, the highest point in the park offering stellar view of Mount Diablo and Diablo Valley to the east, the Sacramento River to the north, and the Berkeley Hills and Mt Tamalpais to the west.
The Briones Regional Bike Loop, meanwhile, commences on the Old Briones Road Trail. The bike loop is a north-south trail that bisects the park giving you an amazing view from Briones Peak.
Top 3 Adventure Hacks
1) Enjoy the view
Briones Peak, the highest point in the park offers a breathtaking view of Mount Diablo and Diablo Valley to the east, the Sacramento River to the north, and the Berkeley Hills and Mt Tamalpais to the west.
2) Lounge in the wilderness
The breathtaking scenery is definitely a sight to see, why not lounge in the summit with an inflatable sofa and revel in the beauty of nature?
3) Charge your phone even if there’s no electricity
With a portable solar powered phone charger, you can charge your phone.
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