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Hiking in Mountain View, CA

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- Welcome to Stevens Creek and Upper Stevens Creek County Parks. The beautiful 1,042-acre Stevens Creek Park off... wildernet.com

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The 15 miles of trail through the woodlands, grasslands, and chaparral-covered hills of this park are restricted to... trails.com

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A roadside trail of nearly 12 miles goes past the community of Ladera, through Portola Valley and along the outskir... trails.com

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From this historic town a 9-mile trip along Alviso Slough and Coyote Creek takes you to one of the finest birding o... trails.com

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This five-day backpacking voyage across the Santa Cruz Mountains begins in the foothills above Palo Alto and ends a... trails.com

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This crescent-shaped,493-acre preserve is almost surrounded by other Midpeninsula Regional Open Space Preserves —Ru... trails.com

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Los Trancos Open Space Preserve is one of many open-space preserves in Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties. It conta... trails.com

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The East Palo Alto to San Jose section of the San Francisco Bay Trail (SFBT) begins at the Ravenswood Open Space... traillink.com

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Saratoga Creek Trail follows the winding course of the creek between just south of I-280 (Junipero Serra Freeway... traillink.com

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Starting from the parking lot on Marsh Road, head east on a wide, unnamed, gravel path. In the saltwater tidal ... backpacker.com

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TO TRAILHEAD: I-280 S to Page Mill Rd. in Los Altos Hills. Turn R. In 8 mi., L onto Skyline Blvd. (CA 35). Trai... backpacker.com

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TO TRAILHEAD: From I-280, exit Alpine Rd. Head W for 3 miles. Turn R on Portola Rd. After .8 miles, turn L into... backpacker.com

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This 5.9-mile hike features a cache of wild riches: loads of wildlife, peaceful grasslands, dappled forests, an... backpacker.com

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TO TRAILHEAD: From I-280 Foothill Blvd. exit, head S on Foothill Blvd.; take first R onto Cristo Rey Dr. In 1 m... backpacker.com

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The Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge is located in south San Francisco Bay, California. O... recreation.gov

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Windy Hill is an aptly named park in Portola Valley, as it is very much wind-blown and very much a hill. The wind d... trails.com

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Fremont Older

Cupertino, CA

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From the sunken parking lot, ride farther into the park on the paved road. Take the ?Canyon? Trail (dirt road... singletracks.com

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A trip around Palo Alto’s flood control basin takes you to the bracing breezes at the Bay’s edge and birdwatching a... trails.com

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Bol Park Bike Path

Palo Alto, CA

The Bol Park Bike Path is a charmer that threads through a peaceful neighborhood in the hills south of San Franc... traillink.com

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5 out of 5 based on 1 ratings

Skyline Ridge Open Space Preserve and the upper portion of Monte Bello Open Space Preserve are the areas covered by... trails.com

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