Wild Recovery
San Jose, California
Ed R. Levin County Park
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December 31, 2005 10:00 AM
Ed R. Levin County Park
Santa Clara County

The Place

Our last hike of the year is hosted by Richard C. Ed R. Levine County Park is primarily an Oak Woodland habitat. The park sits in a foothill valley, formed by millions of years of plate movement along the Calaveras and Hayward Faults.

Getting There

From San Jose: traveling either on I-680 or I-880 go north, take the CA-237/Calaveras Road exit in Milpitas head east. Take a left turn off Calaveras Road onto Downing Road. We will meet at the last parking lot next to the dog park. Drive time is about 30 minutes from San Jose. Parking is $5.

Walking the Walk

We will be hiking the Agua Caliente Trail to Monument Peak. This is a 8 mile hike with a 1,800 climb, which makes it an challenging Level 4 hike.

Know Before You Go

We hike no matter what, so take along whatever the weather dictates (i.e. hats, sunscreen, raincoat, something water resistant to sit on, etc.) As always, bring lots of water and a newcomer. See What to Wear and Bring. No dogs on trail (sorry)

Maps and park information can be found at Trail Maps/ Park Info

Wild Recovery Meetings    |    What to Wear & Bring     |   Trail Maps/ Park Info
What is Wild Recovery?    |    NA Online Resources