San Jose has 38 hiking trails. These trails range from 1 to 12.4 miles in length. The most popular trails are Coyote Creek Parkway North, Alum Rock Park and Boccardo Trail Corridor and Santa Teresa County Park and Los Alamitos/Calero Creek Trail. Trails.com member Mila H. recently completed Alum Rock Park: Loop Trip to Inspiration Point.
Joseph D. Grant County Park: Eagle Lake Loop TrailView Trail Details
San Jose, CA
Descending through open pasture lands to Eagle Lake, traversing a narrow creek canyon and then climbing through foothill pine and valley oak ...
Uvas Canyon County Park: Uvas Creek TrailView Trail Details
A short walk from picnic and camping areas along the tree-lined banks of Uvas Creek.
Coyote Creek Parkway NorthView Trail Details
Coyote Creek travels 31 miles from the Diablo Range to San Francisco Bay. On this 8.1-mile segment, you follow the creekbed beneath shady riparian ...
Coyote CreekView Trail Details
Here are gentle ridgetops, steep canyons, gurgling creeks, 700 different plants, 137 species of birds, a radiant profusion of spring wildflowers, ...
Santa Teresa County Park: The Hidden Springs/Mine Trail LoopView Trail Details
Skirting around the park’s central knoll takes you into a remote oak-studded valley.
Santa Teresa County Park: Coyote Peak ClimbView Trail Details
A loop trip takes in vistas from Coyote Peak and returns on a traverse across the north-facing hillside.
Guadalupe River Park and Gardens: Riverside Path in Downtown San Jose and Paths in Guadalupe GardensView Trail Details
A path on the east bank of the Guadalupe River provides a recreational resource for workers in nearby offices and visitors to the city; open ...
Penitencia Creek Trail: A Stroll or Spin on the Penitencia Creek TrailView Trail Details
Follow the tree-lined creek for 3 miles to Alum Rock Park.
Coyote Creek Parkway: Metcalf Road to Burnett AvenueView Trail Details
Several shady rest stops add interest to this creekside trip.
Coyote Creek Parkway: Coyote Hellyer Park Trails South to Metcalf RoadView Trail Details
Walk or bike along tree-shaded paths.
Coyote Creek Parkway: Kelley Park PathsView Trail Details
Stroll through a San Jose creekside park to picnic areas, a zoo and a historical museum.
Uvas Canyon County Park: Fire Trail Hike to Nibbs Knob and Summit RoadView Trail Details
A steady uphill climb on the ridge between the Uvas Creek and Swanson Creek canyons takes you to views from Nibbs Knob and on to the Skyline ...
Uvas Canyon County Park: Loop Trip to Waterfalls on Swanson and Alec CreeksView Trail Details
Going up the Waterfalls Loop Trail, you cross three falls on Swanson Creek and two on its tributaries, then on the Contour Trail visit Triple ...
Santa Teresa County Park: A Loop from the Park's West EntranceView Trail Details
A vigorous climb past serpentine rocks leads to lush meadows and a loop around the park’s northwest corner.
Santa Teresa County Park: The Hidden Springs/Ohlone Trail LoopView Trail Details
The pleasant Ohlone Trail winds in and out of small canyons above the golf course on the east side of the park, making an easy loop with the ...
Joseph D. Grant County Park: The Washburn Trail to Deer ValleyView Trail Details
A stiff climb, for hikers only, to the high, remote northeast corner of the park takes you to lush Deer Valley, to hilltops of flowers, to forests ...
Joseph D. Grant County Park: The Canada de Pala Trail on the East RidgeView Trail Details
Here is a dramatic trip for hikers, equestrians, and bicyclists that traverses the park’s eastern heights to hidden Deer Valley.
Joseph D. Grant County Park: Bay Area Ridge Trail on the West RidgeView Trail Details
Views over the Santa Clara Valley alternate with panoramas of the Grant Ranch, its pasture lands, and Mt. Hamilton to the east. In October 1997 ...
Joseph D. Grant County Park: Hike to the Park's East RidgeView Trail Details
The Halls Valley Trail, for hikers and uphill-bound bicyclists only, is fine at any time of the year, but don’t miss it in spring, when leaf ...
Joseph D. Grant County Park: Avenue of the Noble GiantsView Trail Details
Marvel at the ancient live oaks overarching this hillside trail.
Joseph D. Grant County Park: The Lake Loop TrailView Trail Details
Footpaths take you to shady sites at Bass and McCreery lakes for fishing and picnicking.
Joseph D. Grant County Park: To Viper Pond and Rattlesnake RockView Trail Details
This longest of the Halls Valley trips for hikers and equestrians makes a circle around the valley to reach the ford at its end, with a way-stop ...
Joseph D. Grant County Park: To the Circle CorralView Trail Details
This leisurely excursion for hikers and equestrians goes halfway down Halls Valley to enjoy open fields and views up to the surrounding hill ...
Joseph D. Grant County Park: To Snell BarnView Trail Details
An easy 13/4 mile walk down into tranquil Halls Valley goes over low hills and crosses the valley past old Snell Barn. This almostlevel trip ...
Alum Rock Park: Loop Trip to Inspiration PointView Trail Details
An easy, shady hike for the dry season on the Woodland and Creek trails features the interpretive overlook that explains the park’s geologic ...