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San Jose, California
October 11, 2008
San Pedro Valley Park, Montara Mt.
San Mateo County
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San Pedro Valley Park
Montara Mountain

The Place


San Pedro Valley Park, is an 1,150-acre park located above the city of Pacifica. It has three fresh water creeks, which flow year round through lush valleys into the Pacific ocean. The south fork of San Pedro creek is still used as a sesonal water source for the city of Pacifica. Along the sensitive streamside habitat thrive common plants such as Coast and Giant Trillium, Creek Dogwood, Arroyo Willow, Watercress and several species of ferns. The thick coastal scrub protects some rare plants: Giant Golden Chinaquapin, Montara Manzanita, Fetid Adders Tongue and California Hazelnut.

Getting There

Directions: Take Interstate 280 North, to CA Route 1 South. Take Route 1 South to the City of Pacifica. At Linda Mar Boulevard make a left and proceed to where it ends at Oddstad Boulevard. Make a right onto Oddstad Boulevard and proceed to the park entrance.
DRIVE TIME: 1 hour, Parking $5.00. Dogs not allowed.


Walking the Walk

LEVEL:3   MILES:7.4   ELEVATION:1600 ft.   HOSTS: Eric C. and Martin O.


Know Before You Go

RECOMMENDED: Wear layers and prepare for quick changes in temperature. Cold and fog are possibilities.




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