Barbeque Terrace - TRAIL

Barbeque Terrace - Trail, Walnut Creek, California

Barbeque Terrace is a wide fire road which has a few creek crossings. The first 2.5 miles go up and down through a nicely wooded area, the last 2 miles gain 1000' and are wide open to the elements. This trail is really just a means of getting half way up Mt. Diablo or working into a loop with some other trails, like Wall Point.

User Reviews (3)

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gavman   Cross Country Rider [Mar 27, 2004]

This lung buster is in my backyard. The last 1.75 miles are straight up and filled with loose rocks (in the summer). The views are stunning and the ride down is better. The flats before the creek crossings are speedy. Combining this with Wall Point makes for a great 20 mile+ loop. It's all fire roads, but isn't it rubber tires on dirt that's important, senor single trak?

Customer Service

End of Sutherland is entry for Briones/Mt. D trail-- it leads to Pine Canyon and BBQue Terr.

Similar Products Used: BBQue Terr's sister-- Wall Point.
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Another mike   [Jun 27, 2002]

Dont live down here but stay at aunts house and bike the whole time, this trail is hard at the end, but when your finished, you feel refreshed

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chris   [Jul 05, 2002]

Its a good trail if you want to test your endurance. There is a lot of climbing going up. And good downhill coming down with all sorts of twists and turns. I would not go on this trail if you have ANY problems with your bike. Check all your parts because this trail is rocky and its bound to knock out a loose screw. Also, I would not ride it if you cant control your bike on loose gravel. There are a lot of good views from this trail and at the bottem, a series of cool creeks to cool you down!

Customer Service

I just took the trail from Castlerock and followed it up

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