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San Jose, California
June 29, 2013
Henry Cowell State Park
Santa Cruz County
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Henry Cowell State Park
June 29, 2013
10:00 AM

Loooking Down on Tree Covered Hill with Mountains in Distance

The Place

Henry Cowell Redwoods is home to a centuries old Redwood Grove Where the Zayante Indians once roamed.

Creek Bed Little Water Lot of Rocks

The San Lorenzo River passes through here on it’s way to the Pacific Ocean. This Park Is truly a gem of the Santa Cruz Mountains. .

View of Tree Covered Ridge

Walking the Walk
We will be taking the Pipline road trail down to the picnic area where we will have the meeting. Along the way you will pass through tall redwoods as well as a awesome view of Santa Cruz and the Ocean.

View Across to Tree covered Ridges

Level: 2.5 - Miles: 7.5 - Elevation 800’          Host: Kent

Looking Down The Creek Through Large Rocks to Tree Covered Hill

Directions:

Out of San Jose take Hwy 880/17 south and then take the Sims Rd/La Madrona exit which is after the Mt.Hermon exit in Scotts Valley. Take a left on La Madrona and a right On Sims Rd until you get to Graham Hill Rd and turn right; we will meet at the South Boundary entrance to Henry Cowell in the turn out on the left. Drive to the far end before turning left into the oneway parking area. Parking is limited so carpooling is suggested.

Travel time from San Jose: 1 Hour

View of Large Bolders in The Creek

Know Before You Go:

Parking is Free
This is a dog friendly hike as there are only three trails where you can legally take the pup……so bring them all.
Restrooms at Visitors Center
Dress appropriately.
Poison Oak will be in full abundance.

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