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San Jose, California
May 31, 2014
Sunol Regional Wilderness - Little Yosemite
Alameda County
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Sunol Regional Wilderness
May 31, 2014
10:00 AM

The Place

View of Flag Hill

Sunol Regional Wilderness contains Little Yosemite, a scenic gorge on Alameda Creek reminiscent of the real Yosemite with oak woodland and grassland communities; fossiliferous sandstone outcrops wooded canyon with steep switchbacks and excellent views of Mt. Diablo.

View of Flag Hill from the Trail

Looking up to Flag Hill

Panorama View

Where to Meet:

We will meet in the parking lot in front of the bridge to the trail head to Indian Joe Trail and the Flag Hill Trail

View of Back Trail

Walking the Walk

This is a loop to Little Yosemite we'll start out with Flaghill tr. to Flaghill rd. to Vista Grande rd. to Eagle View tr. to Rocks rd. to McCorkle tr. to Canyon View tr.

Level: 3 - Miles: 8 - Elevation change: 1400 ft. - Host: Jeri

Tarantula

Directions:

Drive north on I-680 and exit at Calaveras Road. Turn right on Calaveras and proceed to Geary Road, which leads directly into the park.

Travel time from San Jose: 45 minutes

Panoramic View

Know Before You Go:

Parking Fee: $6
Dogs allowed for a fee
Dress appropriately. Layers are suggested
Restrooms - available near the parking lot

View of Rock Stairs on Trail



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