BERKELEY PATH & PARK STORIES
WHO NEEDS A STAIR CLIMBER?
As my husband Tom and I planned our move from New Jersey to Berkeley in 2003, I declared that my days as a van-driving soccer mom were over.
Garber Park: A Natural Treasure Restored
On the south slope of Claremont Canyon above the Claremont Hotel, lies one of the best-kept secrets in the Berkeley-Oakland Hills: Garber Park
TAKE A WALK ON OUR FAVORITE PATHS
“To the harried urban resident, the pathways offer leafy garden corridors of quiet, removed from the world of noise beyond … day after day, as informal extensions of Berkeley’s parks, the pathways give us more ways to enjoy nature.” Paul Grunland
Our Handrail Corridor Is Finally Finished!
We are pleased to announce the official opening of our handrail corridor: almost a mile of nearly continuous paths, between Euclid Avenue and Grizzly Peak Boulevard, all with handrails.
Our Newest Path Will Honor John Muir
Our newest path will also have a new name. Completed this fall, Keeler Walk (#32 on our map) soon will be christened John Muir Path.