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San Jose, California
February 9, 2008
Henry Coe State Park Santa Clara County
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February 9, 2008

Henry Coe

The Place

Photo Disclaimer: These photos were taken by various members on previous Henry Coe hikes and may or may not reflect what we will see on Feb. 9, 2008

  


Henry Coe is the largest State Park in Northern California. The wild open space rolls on for over 87,000 acres. The terrain is varied, beautiful and is said to be the home of the elusive mountain lion. The park has over 250 miles of hiking trails.

  


The Hike

We will be hiking China Hole Loop counterclockwise via Madrone Soda Springs Trail. This qualifies as a typical East foothills grunt hike.  The trail on the way back is well maintained with plenty of switchbacks and incredible views.



Getting There


Directions: : From San Jose, Take Hwy 101 South to Morgan Hill exit Dunne Ave. and turn East. Drive past Anderson Reservoir all the way to the end of the road and Henry Coe Park Headquarters (about 10 miles).

Drive Time 1 hour - Parking $6 - Dogs Not Allowed

  


 

Walking the Walk

Level 4 - Miles: 11 - Elevation 2000' Host: Tom D.

Know Before You Go

RECOMMENDED: Plan for wet weather. Wear layers and prepare for quick changes in temperature.




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