Started at the Regency gate and hike Donner Creek Road, Mt Olympia Road, North Peak Trail, Summit Trail, Juniper Trail, Deer Flat Trail, Meridan Ridge Trail, and Eagle Peak Trail back to trail head. Bagged Mount Olympia, North Peak, Diable, and Eagle Peak
Raced bikes, with Cal Cycling, up from the south after eating 1 quart of Ben & Jerry's ice cream. Made it in 53min!
Hiked all the way up from the park boundary to the top on the Summit Trail. The previous day it rained, so the trail was pretty muddy. It was still a fun hike though, with good views from the top. Here is a more detailed trip report:
Part of the five peaks loop. 18 miles, 6000' and a 50# pack, long day!
Olympia to North to Diablo. It was a lot easier than I had anticipated based on the posted trail description. The ridge between Olympia and North is a much more fun and speedy. While it's loose, its really no harder then second class baring poor route finding.
Depending on how you do this, this can be a real good workout and perfect training for bigger mountains. I come up from the suburban northside, not to avoid the entrance fee, but because the trails up that side are I think the most scenic and uphill
Climbed a couple of times in the 1980's when I was at grad school in Berkeley
Nice Hike; except that I had to pay $10 just to enter the park. The views are probably awesome without the haze.
Hiked up from the Clayton side with Ezra Danciu.
I'll have to return for the views.
Many times..usually via a loop around all 4 peaks
Always a fun hike, whether to get in shape or just have a nice day outside.
Climbed via the Eagle Peak trail and Prospector Gap. Decended by way of the Mitchell Canyon Trail. Bagged Eagle Peak, Diablo Summit, and North Peak. Trek was approximately 15 miles. A group of T6 Texan aircraft did a fly-by while we were on the summit. Very cool!
Nice hike given the proximity to urban areas.
My then fiancee and I made a loop up Mitchell Canyon; coming back down the ridge leading to Eagle Peak tagging it as well. Long exhausting rewarding.
5th time up, second time doing the loop with Eagle Peak and North Peak. Fantastic when it is green.
Drove up with the wife and kid, good views of the snow topped sierras one way and the bay the other
Snow hit the Bay Area so a shitfull of people drove up for the fun. 8 inches or so at the summit, hit Eagle Peak too so about 17.5 miles in 6 hours. Hiked from Mitchell Canyon.
a fun detour on a drive in the East Bay
Fun day. Did it as part of the four peaks loop. By missing the turn to Eagle ended up at 18 + miles and three peaks! Fun day indeed.d