8am - 7pm Ardenwood Historic Farm - CLOSED * Advanced Registration Required Bay Point Regional Shoreline - OPEN The shortest and steepest route up is the Mist Trail, while the John Muir Trail takes a longer and lower angle path. Explore the tumbling rapids and waterfalls of Little Yosemite as we hike through the South Bay’s hidden gem: the Sunol Regional Wilderness! Definitely pack sunscreen!    But you cannot yet reach the rim and Little Yosemite Valley. Little Yosemite is a 3.5 kilometer heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Sunol, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. Read more. Leads through Jacob's Valley to Little Yosemite. Stage 1 restrictions apply to all park areas below 6,000 feet (but not to open designated campgrounds and open picnic areas with grills in the frontcountry). Professional guides. Take I-680 south and exit at Calaveras Road/Highway 84 just south of the Sunol exit. And dog friendly! Little Yosemite is a 2.2 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Sunol, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is good for all skill levels. If you don’t want to do the uphill section in the sun, you may want to do the reverse direction (clockwise) around the loop, Went Saturday at noon and there was still space in the lot. Alameda Creek, Alameda County's largest stream, harbors an inviting creekside community of alder, willow and sycamore. Beautiful trails. 1895 Geary Road Open Saturday, Sunday, and most holidays, 8:30am to 4pm, Closed all other days including Thanksgiving and Christmas Day. To reach the Old Green Barn take the first left after the park entrance. Erosion is ugly and expensive to control. Leads through "Valley of the Giants." » More Info. Separate arrangements may be made for overnight camping at Del Valle Regional Park (outside the Ohlone Wilderness and at the north end of the Ohlone Trail) by calling 1-888-EBPARKS or 1-888-327-2757, press option 2. The permit covers foot and equestrian use of the trail only. The backpack area is open year round. Family Campground - CLOSED 50% Capacity. A wilderness permit is required to stay at these campgrounds. Also if you make all the way to the top it’s beautiful up there water surrounded by rocks. My dog really loved hiked in the stream. Wear face masks, keep the 6-foot social distance, and carry out all trash. Apr 6 - May 17 There are picnic sites and barbecue pits available on a first-come, first served basis. Mountain lions are uncommon, but are occasionally sighted. A wildflower identification kit may be checked out at the Visitor Center. Most people wearing masks, some not. For the past century, however, the land known today as Sunol Wildereness Regional Preserve was used almost exclusively as ranch land. Bring a bear canister or use the communal bear lockers. Dogs: $2 per dog. Visit the Sunol Visitor Center for information about Naturalist-led programs and the self guiding Indian Joe Nature Trail. These trailheads include Lyell Canyon, Cathedral Lakes, Rafferty Creek, those leading to Little Yosemite Valley, and others. The trail to Little Yosemite Valley starts at Happy Isles. It is however extremely heavily trafficked, making it challenging if not impossible to socially distance. > Park Map [PDF] View of the park, Alameda Creek watershed and Calaveras Reservoir. Formerly grazing land, Sunol Regional Wilderness is now a key piece of the East Bay Regional Park’s crown jewel, the Ohlone Wilderness Trail. Each person age 12 years or older is required to have their own permit. Up along the trail was way too hot but hiking was shaded and doable all along the stream, and the water was cold. Nice easy trail with a beautiful view of the hills but HEAVILY trafficked on a Friday afternoon. Очень легкий хайк. It was established as a national park in October of 1890 and boasts almost four million visitors per year. Turn right at the exit onto Calaveras Road and proceed about four miles to a left turn onto Geary Road, which leads directly into the park. Little Yosemite is open to the public through a lease agreement with the San Francisco Water Department, which owns the property. Please note this is a fragile ecosystem and watershed. Weather in Yosemite in October is a little unpredictable; warm and sunny, or cold and overcast. At the bottom of the exit turn left onto Calaveras Road and proceed as noted above. Wooded canyon. Little Yosemite The best way to get to the jumble of huge boulders and waterfalls on Alameda Creek that constitutes Little Yosemite is to turn right on Camp Ohlone Road a short distance.    The average temperature in Yosemite Valley is a high of 71 and a low of 42 degrees Fahrenheit (22/ 6 degrees Celsius). If you want to avoid crowds get there early, as it’s a popular trail. At 8,000 feet, the average temperature in Tuolumne Meadows is a high of 56 and a low of 25 degrees Fahrenheit (13/ -4 degrees Celsius). A fun group to hike with. Hardly any shade. Oak woodland and grassland communities; fossiliferous sandstone outcrops. Professional guides. Little Yosemite Valley, situated between Half Dome, Liberty Cap and the Cascade Cliffs, and straddling the Merced River, is within close proximity of the national park's main valley. A steep uphill hike leads to Quarter Dome where rangers will check that your wilderness permit includes Half Dome. I went at 1130 and left around 430 when the crowds showed up. Anthony Chabot Regional Park - OPEN. Alameda Creek Regional Trail - OPEN. There are camping options available as well. The use of bear canisters and bear boxes has changed that. Only one entrance is only open during daytime hours, which is the Hetch Hetchy Entrance Station. > Transit & Trails. Little Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park: Address, Little Yosemite Valley Reviews: 3.5/5 it was a great 6 hours spent exploring all of little yosemite. A few wilderness permits are available for those wishing to hike Half Dome and want to stay the night in Little Yosemite Valley. A sturdy wooden bridge will lead you over the Alameda Creek where you’ll follow the signs for the Canyon View Trail. Little Yosemite Valley lies upstream from Nevada Fall, at an elevation of 6,100 feet (1,860 meters). By Mail: Send your name, address, phone number and check payable to EBRPD to The Reservations Department, EBRPD, 2950 Peralta Oaks Court, P.O. open paved trail lead to Creek for kid to play water. Sunol, CA Spring brings wildflowers, including California poppies, mustard, goldfields and lupines, which carpet vast areas in yellow, orange and blue. High Valley Group Camp is closed until further notice. A little waterfall in Little Yosemite (Sathish J/Flickr). The trail follows Alameda Creek, so plenty of water, shade, and nature (i.e. Please abide by the boundary signs and do not trespass onto Water Department lands that are not part of the lease arrangement. This unit has a granite rock fireplace in the living room, with a rustic pine mantle shelf, and is open to the dining area, with kitchen & skylights, to bring in that natural light. Besides that the weather was amazing and the hike got me warmed up which is usually my goal cause I like to hike through the water.    Oct 1 - Oct 31 Visitors should bring drinking water because there is no drinking water in the park. At 8,000 feet, the average temperature in Tuolumne Meadows is a high of 56 and a low of 25 degrees Fahrenheit (13/ -4 degrees Celsius). Maps are available at most of the bulletin boards at trailheads in the park, or you can print your own. Visit the Sunol Visitor Center for information about these programs and the self guiding Indian Joe Nature Trail. For the past century, however, the land known today as Sunol Wilderness Regional Preserve was used almost exclusively as ranch land. Gate Hours Sunol Visitor Center Bay Area plants found along this trail are rare in rest of park. This is the payoff. Yosemite National Park is located in central California. They also teach about natural and cultural history to children that meet current State Science and Social Science Curriculum Standards during the school year. https://www.alltrails.com/trail/us/california/canyon-view-trail-to-little-yosemite--2 https://www.fresnobee.com/news/california/yosemite/article244129992.html they had closed the lot because it was full at 3 when we left. Chaparral, oak woodland, grassland communities. > Trail Map bugs and birds) nearby. -- Hetch-Hetchy -- The road into Hetch-Hetchy is heavily damaged and will not be open for a long time. Good view of Calaveras Reservoir. The hike-in campground here is a little under 4 miles (6.5 km) from the trailhead in Yosemite Valley and about 3.5 miles (5.5 km) from the summit of Half Dome. Streamside, oak woodland, grassland communities. Address All Group Camps CLOSED; All Staging Areas and Trailhead Parking - OPEN Antioch/Oakley Regional Shoreline - OPEN. > Sunol Main Entrance Little Yosemite, Canyon View Trail, McCorkle Trail is a 2.6 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Sunol, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. Little Yosemite Valley is a smaller glacial valley upstream in the Merced River drainage from the Yosemite Valley in Yosemite National Park.The Merced River meanders through the 3.5 mi (5.6 km) long flat valley, draining out over Nevada Fall and Vernal Fall before emptying into the main Yosemite Valley. This trail is considered a “moderate” hike, so be prepared to put in some effort as you hike through the East Bay hills. There is no public transit  to Sunol Regional Park. The Sunol naturalist staff provides additional opportunities to enjoy the park by leading nature hikes and coordinating special events. ... › California › Sunol Wilderness Regional Preserve › Canyon View Trail to Little Yosemite [CLOSED] › Photos Photos of Canyon View Trail to Little Yosemite [CLOSED] Canyon View Trail to Little Yosemite [CLOSED] 284 Reviews. Little Yosemite is a scenic gorge on Alameda Creek about two miles upstream from the Visitor Center. Length 2.2 miElevation gain 196 ftRoute type Out & back The hike-in campground here is a little under 4 miles (6.5 km) from the trailhead in Yosemite Valley and about 3.5 miles (5.5 km) from the summit of Half Dome. Highly recommended hiking up the hills instead of the trail that everyone is hiking on already. From the Walnut Creek - Danville area, drive south on I-680 and exit at Calaveras Road/Highway 84 just south of the Sunol exit. Parking permit required on Welch Creek Road (Sat & Sun $5.00 fee; Mon-Fri, no fee). The average temperature in Yosemite Valley is a high of 71 and a low of 42 degrees Fahrenheit (22/ 6 degrees Celsius). 8am - 9pm 2950 Peralta Oaks Court, Oakland, CA 946051-888-EBPARKS, 1-888-327-2757, (Deaf or Hearing Impaired, use the TRS at 711), © 2018 East Bay Regional Park DistrictAll rights reserved, Sunol Regional Wilderness - Activity Calendar. It is open to the public through a lease agreement with the San Francisco Water Department, which owns the property. Yosemite bears are known as the most skilled food poachers in the Sierra, and Little Yosemite Valley bears were once the best in the park at snagging food hung from tree limbs. Swimming is not allowed in Alameda Creek in the Little Yosemite area. The east entrance (Tioga Pass) is closed from approximately Oct-May each year. I was just doing a quick, easy hike for my niece. Maps Yosemite National Park is open year round, but much of the park closes to visitors come late autumn and the winter snows. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Nice hike. I had so much fun with the hike up to "Little Yosemite Area" and then climbing the rocks and putting my feet in the water for a cool down! The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. It's a short 2 miles upstream from the visitors center and is open 8am to dusk all year long. Water is clear and cold, inviting especially if you’re hiking during this mid, hot summer days. Little Yosemite Valley Campgrounds is minimally developed and depends on the cooperation of campers to to keep it clean, safe, and functioning properly. Got there around 6PM. 8am - 8pm Of course, some roads close because of snowstorms, usually around November through May or June. Easy, short trail that ends in the smallest “waterfall” I’ve ever seen. > Google Map I noticed that people are starting to trash the place. West of Cloud’s Rest, the trail was wide open… At trail’s end, most people trek a short distance towards the right following the burbling small “waterfall”, which I imagine would be a wonder to see during springtime. Parking: $5/seasonal, weekends and holidays. Please abide by the boundary signs and do not trespass into Water Department lands that are not part of the lease. Backcountry campgrounds at Little Yosemite Valley and near the High Sierra camps (Glen Aulin, May Lake, Sunrise, Merced Lake, and Vogelsang) are not part of the campground reservation system. Really beautiful landscape views. Weather in Yosemite in October is a little unpredictable; warm and sunny, or cold and overcast. Creek is easily accessible through numerous connecting smaller trails, though might be steep for some and slippery if you’re wearing regular sneakers. Under the East Bay Regional Park District's multi-use land management policy, cattle continue to graze in the 6,859-acre wilderness. Lots of foot traffic. West of Cloud’s Rest, the trail was wide open… Excellent views of the park, Calaveras Reservoir and south bay area. I took this trail counterclockwise, which is what I would recommend on a summer morning. Guide/service dogs free These trailheads include Lyell Canyon, Cathedral Lakes, Rafferty Creek, those leading to Little Yosemite Valley, and others. An Ohlone Wilderness Permit is required for each person age 12 years or older. Ground squirrels, yellow-billed magpies and red-tailed hawks share this wilderness with raccoons, skunks and black-tailed deer. Click the map image below to see an enlarged version. The jaunt from Cloud’s Rest to Little Yosemite Valley isn’t particularly difficult; and in fact for the first mile or two, we skipped happily down the trail, our backpacks several pounds lighter, eager to hit the campsite early and float in the river all day. Not much shade in the first 3.4 miles, some trees provide shade in the 3.4-4.5 mile area. The trail offers a number of activity options and is best used from April until September. Headed counter clockwise around the trail. Campgrounds. Everyone staying in LYV Campground needs to take appropriate measures to ensure no bears are attracted by food in the open. Grassland, oak woodland. It is open all winter long and the roads remain open barring rare instances of rockfall or other natural incidents which may temporarily block roads. Birding is superb along Alameda Creek with acorn woodpecker, black phoebe, titmouse, turkey vulture, and golden eagle commonly sighted. The jaunt from Cloud’s Rest to Little Yosemite Valley isn’t particularly difficult; and in fact for the first mile or two, we skipped happily down the trail, our backpacks several pounds lighter, eager to hit the campsite early and float in the river all day. We did with my 6 and 10 year old. Inquire at entry kiosk or visitor center. Formerly grazing land, Sunol Regional Wilderness is now a key piece of the East Bay Regional Park’s crown jewel, the Ohlone Wilderness Trail. As many as 20 to 40 bird species are often seen in a single morning. Hikers who cross into the San Francisco Water Department lands that connect Mission Peak Regional Preserve, Sunol-Ohlone Regional Wilderness and Del Valle Regional Park, must carry the Ohlone Wilderness Trail map/permit. Everyone staying in LYV Campground needs to take appropriate measures to ensure no bears are attracted by food in the open. Little Yosemite Valley Campgrounds is minimally developed and depends on the cooperation of campers to to keep it clean, safe, and functioning properly. Phone Number There are all kinds of tagging on all the rocks which is really unfortunate. Camping at designated campsites along the Ohlone Wilderness Trail is allowed by advance reservation only (5 business days), and separate arrangements should be made by phoning 1-888-EBPARKS or 1-888-327-2757, press option 2. Hike 2-3 miles along the stream to little yosemite gorge or stop anywhere and set up a hammock. Fee for in-person purchase is $2/person/year; by mail/phone/online $4/person/year for first five permits and $3/person/year for each additional permit after five. Lovely trail. There are three entrances (west, south and north) that remain open all year round. Coast live oaks abound along with valley and blue oak, elderberry, madrone and gray pine. Views include Glacier Point, Illilouette Falls, Yosemite Falls. The trail overlooks a piece of Little Yosemite, with an obvious, well-worn cutoff trail that leads down to the canyon floor. Yosemite National Park shared an update about how their new day-use reservation system is going, talked about COVID-19 concerns, and answered questions from community members during a … Gentle rise in elevation. Today, camping, picnicking, hiking … Transit & Trails: Sunol Regional Wilderness (transit, biking, and walking directions). Backpack trail and McCorkle have wonderful views and peaceful valleys, and these trails are much more technical than Camp Ohlone Rd. One-mile loop, self-guided nature trail - get booklet at Visitor Center. Weathered serpentine and sandstone outcrops. Hanging food is no longer permitted in Yosemite. A selection of replicate Indian artifacts, cultural and natural history books, nature study items, wildflower seed packet, trail permits and topographical maps and other items are for sale at the sales counter. Please do not short cut trails in steep areas, or slide in the grass on hillsides or banks. > Sunol Visitor Center Bring a bear canister or use the communal bear lockers. There are places to wade in the water and many people do, though there are signs asking that you do not. Bedrock mortars used by Native Americans for pounding acorns that were found in the area are reminders of Sunol's first inhabitants. Open trails aren't necessarily free of hazards--by entering the wilderness, you assume responsibility for your safety and must use good judgment. Camping is by advance reservation only (5 business days); phone 1-888-EBPARKS or 1-888-327-2757 press option 2, or visit the Camping page for details. Beautiful trails. I done this one by the stated trail and also going up by the river.. the river is more challenging but it’s a trill to do. Got here around 8:30 am and it was already quite hot. From the Oakland-Berkeley area, drive east on I-580 to the junction with I-680. 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