- Up to 15 miles
- Aerobic Difficulty:
- Time To Allow:
- 2 hours
- Trailhead Elevation:
- 1010 feet
- Elevation Range:
- 1909 feet
- Year Round
Tilden Regional Park, located just outside San Francisco, offers riders in the Bay area a biking outlet. Tilden Regional Park encompasses over 200 acres of terrain and has a handful of trails open to biking ranging from beginner to intermediate in difficulty.
The most involved trail in Tilden Regional Park is the Meadows Canyon trail which summits Volmeer Peak, elevation 1909’. Meadows Canyon features a short and steep uphill and several long, though non-technical, climbs. Other trails in the complex tend to be a bit easier and more suitable for advancing novice riders.
The trails in Tilden Regional Park wind through a combination of coastal forest and grasslands. The Bay Area Ridge Trail cuts through Tilden Regional Park and the higher elevation trails in Tilden Regional Park have excellent views of the surrounding hillsides, the California coast and the Pacific Ocean.
Various trails. Can add trails together for more or less mileage
Time To Allow:
Can shorten or lengthen time by adding trails
Tilden Regional Park is multi-use and riders should understand and practice appropriate right of way protocol. Horses are a frequent sight here. Riders should carry a first aid kit, bike repair kit and extra water and food. In addition, a map of the area can come in handy.
For Meadows Canyon Trail: From Berkley take Grizzly Peak Boulevard to Canon Dr and turn east. Follow Canon Dr into Tilden Regional Park to Central Park Dr. Turn south on Central Park Dr. Turn east on Loan Oak Dr. Park at trailhead on right.
There are numerous other trailheads to the complex. Map of area comes in handy.