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San Jose, California
May 21, 2011
Alum Rock
Santa Clara County
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Alum Rock
May 21, 2011
10:00 AM

The Place

Established in 1872, Alum Rock Park is the oldest city Park in California.
There are many features to be found at this park including mineral springs, caves, and the infamous Eagle Rock.

Trail Through Grassy Meadow and Under Tree

Wildlife abounds so be on the lookout for deer, hawks and wild turkeys.
Our path will offer breathtaking views of the Santa Clara Valley and San Francisco Bay if the weather is clear.

View Into The Valley

Walking the Walk
We’ll start on the North Rim Trail to the Todd Quick Trail to Baccardo Loop Trail where we’ll have our meeting on the Spur Trail at the top.
There is no protection from the elements on this hike, so dress accordingly.

Level: 3 - Miles: 6.2 - Elevation change: 1400 ft - Host: Martin O.

View Of The Grassy Hillside Doted With Trees

Know Before You Go:

Parking is $6
No Dogs Allowed

View of Silicon Valley

Directions:

From Hwy 680 exit East on Berryessa Rd., turn right on Piedmont Rd. and left on Penitencia Creek Rd.
The entrance is 1 mile east and we’ll meet in the last parking lot that is near the Youth Science Institute.
Drive Time: 20 minutes



Wild Recovery Meetings | What to Wear & Bring | Trail Maps/ Park Info | Contact Us
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