Hiking Trails Near San Jose, CA
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Hiking Trails Near San Jose, CA

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San Jose has 24 hiking trails. These trails range from 1.75 to 12.1 miles in length. The most popular trails are Coyote Creek Parkway North, Penitencia Creek Trail: A Stroll or Spin on the Penitencia Creek Trail and Alum Rock Park and Boccardo Trail Corridor. Trails.com member Ana Carolina A. recently completed Almaden Quicksilver County Park. See all San Jose trails.
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A steady climb to the slopes of Mt. Umunhum takes you through lands once trod by miners ...
Here are gentle ridgetops, steep canyons, gurgling creeks, 700 different plants, 137 species ...
Descending through open pasture lands to Eagle Lake, traversing a narrow creek canyon ...
Coyote Creek travels 31 miles from the Diablo Range to San Francisco Bay. On this 8.1-mile ...
Skirting around the park’s central knoll takes you into a remote oak-studded valley.
A loop trip takes in vistas from Coyote Peak and returns on a traverse across the north-facing ...
Discover three lakes in a park where the ranch house is haunted
Alum Rock Park was founded in 1872, and at one time had an indoor swimming pool, mineral ...
The Ridge Trail route branches east and west through Santa Teresa County Park. Take a ...
Take a short, creekside stroll through the broad Coyote Creek floodplain. You’ll enjoy ...
A stiff climb, for hikers only, to the high, remote northeast corner of the park takes ...
Oak trees dotting an open landscape can take on unique, sculpted shapes. Such is the case ...
A vigorous climb past serpentine rocks leads to lush meadows and a loop around the park’s ...
The pleasant Ohlone Trail winds in and out of small canyons above the golf course on the ...
Here is a dramatic trip for hikers, equestrians, and bicyclists that traverses the park’s ...
Views over the Santa Clara Valley alternate with panoramas of the Grant Ranch, its pasture ...
The Halls Valley Trail, for hikers and uphill-bound bicyclists only, is fine at any time ...
Marvel at the ancient live oaks overarching this hillside trail.
Footpaths take you to shady sites at Bass and McCreery lakes for fishing and picnicki ...
This longest of the Halls Valley trips for hikers and equestrians makes a circle around ...
This leisurely excursion for hikers and equestrians goes halfway down Halls Valley to ...
An easy 13/4 mile walk down into tranquil Halls Valley goes over low hills and crosses ...
Tucked in a steep canyon, Alum Rock Park has been a retreat for the bone-weary since 1872. ...
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