The most popular form of transportation other than a car is a bicycle. A lot of people ride their bikes around town, and especially up in the Las Trampas Hills. This is a moderate hill for bicyclists.
Alamo does not have many important sights to see, but for tourists, especially from outside the U.S., a fun sight to see is the plastic horse on top of the Alamo Shoe Repair. Around the holidays, the horse has a wreath on its neck.
- Mount Diablo State Park - This 20,000 acre park borders Alamo to the northeast and provides great hiking opportunities on a mountain that dominates the landscape for most of central and eastern Contra Costa County. It offers an incredible viewshed, with views on clear days stretching 181 miles to Mount Lassen.
|Routes through Alamo|
|Concord ← Walnut Creek ←||N S||→ Danville → San Jose|