Expansive ridgetop views reveal Mount Diablo to the west, Mount St. Helena to the north and the snow-covered Sierra to the east. Lowland valleys cradle the headwaters of Marsh Creek."
|The view from the trail shows huge amounts of the central valley of California.|
Trails go for miles and miles. We had the whole 4,708 acres of wonderful foothills for Bailey, Chloe and myself to explore and experience to ourselves.
|Thick oak trees covered some of the hillsides along the hike|
|Dozen of cows grazing in the meadows along the trails as Bailey and Chloe run past|
If the weather is right this is a great park for hikes with Vizslas. The 9-mile Morgan Territory Road, from Marsh Creek Road gets very narrow for the last 4 miles. Basically a one car wide winding road from the Concord side. The access from the Livermore side is MUCH better.
Trails taken: Volvon trail, Blue Oak trail, Stone Corral trail, Coyote trail.