San Leandro Hills

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San Leandro Hills
San Leandro Hills is located in California
San Leandro Hills
location of San Leandro Hills in California [1]
Highest point
Elevation 314 m (1,030 ft)
Geography
Country United States
State California
Region California Coast Ranges
District Alameda County
Range coordinates 37°44′50″N 122°05′47″W / 37.7472°N 122.0964°W / 37.7472; -122.0964Coordinates: 37°44′50″N 122°05′47″W / 37.7472°N 122.0964°W / 37.7472; -122.0964
Topo map USGS Hayward

The San Leandro Hills are a low mountain range of the Southern Inner California Coast Ranges System, located on the eastern side of the San Francisco Bay. Geologically, they are a southern continuation of the Berkeley Hills on the north.

They run along the southeastern city limits of Oakland, extending southeastward above the city of San Leandro and the unincorporated community of Castro Valley.

San Leandro Creek drains the canyon along the eastern slope of the hills.

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