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Wild Recovery
San Jose, California
February 11, 2012
Rancho San Antonio
Open Space Preserve
Santa Clara County
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The Place

Rancho San Antonio
Open Space Preserve
February 11, 2012
10:00 AM

Hills

Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve, The 3,988-acre Open Space Preserve, combined with the adjoining 165-acre County Park, offers visitors a unique experience with a sampling of diverse environments, interesting cultural history, and a variety of activities. The preserve's extensive 23 miles of trails are available for exploration by all.

Bunny

Walking the Walk

We will be hiking along the PG & E trail, to the Upper High Meadow Trail, and then along the Coyote Trail.

Level: 3.5       Miles: 8.5       Elevation: 1000 ft      Hosts: Andrea M & John W

Trail

Directions:

From San Jose From I-280, north or south, take the Foothill Boulevard exit and proceed South on Foothill Boulevard approximately 0.2-mile to Cristo Rey Drive. Turn right on Cristo Rey Drive, continue for about 1 mile, veer right around the traffic circle, and turn left into the County Park entrance. There are several parking lots. We are going to meet before the hike at the lower parking lot where the restrooms are.

Travel time from San Jose: Approximately 20 minutes

Power Line Trail

Know Before You Go:

Parking is FREE
No Dogs Allowed
Dress appropriately, layers are suggested
Restrooms - Only available in the parking lot

Trail W/Oak Tree

Where to Meet:

We will meet in the Lower parking lot where the bathrooms are.


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