Coyote Peak Trail

Santa Teresa County Park, California

Elevation Gain1,067ft
Trailhead Elevation1,132ft
Elevation Min/Max340/1132ft
Elevation Start/End1132/1132ft

Coyote Peak Trail

Coyote Peak Trail is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in Santa Clara County, California. It is within Santa Teresa County Park. It is 1.4 miles long and begins at 1,132 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 2.9 miles with a total elevation gain of 1,067 feet. Along the trail there are trees and benches. This trail connects with the following: Ohlone Trail, Rocky Ridge Trail, Boundary Trail, Hidden Springs and Ridge Trail.

Coyote Peak Trail Professional Reviews and Guides

"Even on sunny weekend afternoons the trails at Santa Teresa County Park remain uncrowded—a pleasant surprise given the stunning vistas of the Santa Clara Valley. Perched on the urban interface, a hike in Santa Teresa County Park is by no means a backcountry experience. But it’s also by no means unworthy of a hiker’s attention. With views that rival the best in the area, easy access, moderately challenging trails, and dollops of wilderness dropped here and there along the loop, you won’t regret time spent here. The park has a history almost as convoluted as the suburban landscape it rises above."

"Several shady rest stops add interest to this creekside trip."

"A loop trip takes in vistas from Coyote Peak and returns on a traverse across the north-facing hillside."

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i've done this trail many time. Nice to do when you're short on time. Great aerial view from the peak of south san jose. The cons of this trail are it is beat up by horses and infested w/ tics

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Trail Information

Santa Teresa County Park
Nearby City
Santa Teresa County Park
Skill Level
Santa Teresa County Park
Local Contacts
USGS Santa Teresa Hills
Local Maps

Activity Feed

Oct 2018