The Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail, a 7.65-mile linear park, parallels St. Mary's Road through Lafayette and Moraga. It is intended for hiking, bicycling, and equestrian use.
Coursing through the Moraga Valley, connecting Las Trampas Ridge to the Oakland Hills, and the cities of Lafayette and Moraga, this trail corridor has a rich and varied history.
Parking and Trail Access
The north end of the trail begins at A staging area at Olympic Boulevard and Pleasant Hill Road in Lafayette, south of Highway 24, and ends at EBMUD's Valle Vista staging area at the outskirts of Moraga, bordering San Leandro Reservoir and Redwood Regional Park. (A permit is required to hike in EBMUD lands; call 287-0469.)
County Connection lines 106 and 206 connect to the Lafayette BART station.
Line 106 serves Moraga Way and St. Mary's Road in Moraga. Line 206 serves St. Mary's Road in Lafayette. There is no bus service on Sundays. Call (925) 676-7500 for schedule information.
Nice walking trail
"Nice trail. Good parking. It goes accross considerable and variable landscape from completely rural to suburban. Bring a some small water container. There is a Safeway about halfway through that you can get some eats. Also multiple water fountains along ...
"I ride this every time I'm in the Walnut Creek area. I ususally start at the Olympia Trailhead and go as far as the Rheem Blvd hill which is quite steep. At the top I rest on one of the many benches along the path and then cool down on the way back down ...