Enjoy Year-Round Hiking at Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park
With stunning views of the Tri-Valley below, Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park features several different trails, crosses many distinct ecosystems, and offers over 1,000 feet total elevation change along some routes.
This beautiful 5,271-acre parkland is situated atop an oak-covered ridge overlooking Pleasanton and the Livermore Valley from the west. It is planned as the core of a Ridgelands Regional Park system, which welcomes hikers, equestrians, and bicyclists, provides canyon views and ridgetop vistas, and access to remote, deep canyon streams.
Find more information about Pleasanton Ridge Regional Park and to download a free 4-minute podcast with park info and hiking tips at EBParks.org. (Free admission, free parking).