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Wild Recovery
San Jose, California
April 4, 2015
Sunol Regional Wilderness ,
Alameda County
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Sunol Regional Wilderness
April 4, 2015




Water Falls

The Place

Tucked away in a partly-wooded valley south of Hwy 680, Sunol feels pretty remote, yet it is easy to get to and easy to hike. Just a 20-minute drive outside of Fremont, the park has several short, well-maintained hiking loops that offer challenging climbs and rewarding vistas.

Trail Crossing The Creek

Walking the Walk

Although the park is almost half covered with oak woodlands, most of the trails run through open grassland on the south-facing hillsides which tend to get really hot.

Level: 3.5 - Miles: 9.5 - Elevation change: 2400' - Host: Justin N.

Trail Along Fern Embankments

Directions:

From San Jose take Take 680N towards Sacramento for 21 miles. Take the Calaveras Rd/State Hwy 84W exit towards Sunol. Turn right at Calaveras Road and drive for about 4 miles and turn left at Geary Road. After the pay station, proceed to the Flag Hill Trailhead, just after the pay station.

Path Through The Redwoods

Know Before You Go:

Drive Time: 45 minutes Parking: $6 Dogs Allowed: $2 fee
Dress appropriately for Winter, Layers are suggested

Hike start time promptly at 10am

Burnt Stumps Covered With Moss



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