This week’s trail is different in several ways from those we have previously highlighted. For one, it is almost completely outside of El Cerrito. For another, it may be the only one of our trails that can truly be called wild. And not just because it is in Wildcat Canyon Regional Park. In fact this trail is very rough. We classify it as impassable on our list (hence the italics), and in truth it is a very difficult trail to follow and should not be attempted by anyone without a serious consideration of its difficulties. We do not as of yet recommend this trail and anyone using it must do so at their own risk. This trail is particularly treacherous when wet. But since there is interest in this trail and routes into Wildcat, and because it can be followed if you really make the effort, and because there are some very beautiful bits, we present this guide. If you do choose to go, wear boots or good hiking shoes, and long pants and sleeves, since poison oak is plentiful.
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