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Having hiked here many times, it is our go-to place for weekend hikes in the south bay. There are many different trails, varying in length and difficulty, so it can satisfy those wishing to have a nice leisurely outing, or those wishing to challenge themselves...More
What I like about this park, is that it offers a number of different hiking trails that differ in difficulty. So, if you're seeking a challenge, there are good trails for that, and if you're with kids there are nice short trails for that.
The views of Almaden from this park are stunning. The retired mines are quite interesting and include boards with information about what they were used for. The trails go right up next to them too, which allows you to get up close and admire the...More
And went! Brought the pup. Hiked for 2 hours. Quite a work out but lovely. Great trails and nice views. Very quiet. The history of the park is fascinating. We kept pondering how in the world did people find this place. We definitely will go...More
My husband and I have hiked all the different entrances for years; he has logged hundreds of miles here and knows the trails well. We're very fortunate to have such a beautiful, peaceful place to escape from the traffic and noise of San Jose. We...More
I love hiking these trails. The area offers a trail for any schedule. If you have only a half hour, there is a trail for you. If you want to hike all day, have at it! If you want a nice hour and a half...More
After reading other reviews, I chose to do the mockingbird trail. When I got there, asked some people a recommended course. As you start straight up the trail, you come to an obvious fork, where you can go left, right, or straight across. They recommended...More
I figure that you can bring dogs in to the park. Since it is a public park you should beable to. However I would keep them on leash like what was suggested by someone who previously answered this question.