Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail

Lafayette-Moraga trail
The Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail is a 7.65 mile pedestrian, bicycle, and equestrian path which runs between the cities of Lafayette and Moraga in Contra Costa county, California.wikipedia
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Moraga, California

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The Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail is a 7.65 mile pedestrian, bicycle, and equestrian path which runs between the cities of Lafayette and Moraga in Contra Costa county, California.
Large sections of the Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail pass through the town.

Contra Costa County, California

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The Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail is a 7.65 mile pedestrian, bicycle, and equestrian path which runs between the cities of Lafayette and Moraga in Contra Costa county, California.

Lafayette, California

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The Lafayette-Moraga Regional Trail is a 7.65 mile pedestrian, bicycle, and equestrian path which runs between the cities of Lafayette and Moraga in Contra Costa county, California.

Rail trail

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It was one of the first rail-trails to be built in California.

Lafayette station (BART)

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The trail can be accessed from the Lafayette BART station, which is less than a mile's journey from where the trail meets 3rd Street and Moraga Boulevard.

Bay Area Rapid Transit

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The trail can be accessed from the Lafayette BART station, which is less than a mile's journey from where the trail meets 3rd Street and Moraga Boulevard.

Saint Mary's College of California

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It passes near several schools, Saint Mary's College and Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School in Moraga, and Lafayette Elementary School in Lafayette.

Lafayette Elementary School

It passes near several schools, Saint Mary's College and Joaquin Moraga Intermediate School in Moraga, and Lafayette Elementary School in Lafayette.

East Bay Municipal Utility District

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The trail terminates in the Valle Vista staging area in Moraga, which is on EBMUD land.

Redwood Regional Park

The Valle Vista staging area connects to multiple EBMUD hiking trails, the 2.9 mile Redwood Trail (connecting to the East Ridge trail in Redwood Regional Park ), and the 6.2 mile Rocky Ridge Trail.

East Bay Regional Park District

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The trail is maintained by the East Bay Regional Park District.

Transport corridor

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The Lafayette-Moraga trail was built on a railway corridor which was once used to carry redwood lumber from Oakland to Sacramento.

Oakland, California

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The Lafayette-Moraga trail was built on a railway corridor which was once used to carry redwood lumber from Oakland to Sacramento.

Sacramento, California

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The Lafayette-Moraga trail was built on a railway corridor which was once used to carry redwood lumber from Oakland to Sacramento.

Easement

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The corridor then passed into a utility easement, before being converted into a paved multi-use recreational trail with the cooperation of local communities and utility districts.

Sacramento Northern Railway

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The former roadbed from St Mary's College through Lafayette was converted to the popular Lafayette-Moraga trail.