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San Jose, California
June 25, 2016
Almaden Quicksilver County Park
Santa Clara County
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The Place

Almaden Quicksilver County Park
June 25, 2016
10:00 AM

Wilder Ranch Sign Painted On Fence

Nestled in the heart of Almaden Valley, Almaden Quicksilver is one of the hidden jewels of the Santa Clara County Park system. Within the 3,977 acres are 32 miles of hiking trails. The park is abundant with wildlife, including deer, boar, and mountain lions.

Fields With Trees In The Distance

Level: 3.5 Challenging - Miles: 10 - Elevation change: 1500 ft - Host: Glen V.

Panoramic View

Panoramic View

The start of the hike will follow the Senador Mine, Guadalupe, and Providencia Trails eventually offering a birds-eye view of the Guadalupe Reservoir and Dam. The last half of the hike well follow the single track New Almaden Trail providing plenty of shade for our afternoon.

Panoramic View

Directions:

From San Jose: From HWY 17 take HWY 85 south to Almaden Blvd. Exit and follow the signs to Almaden Blvd South. Follow Almaden for 1.4 miles and turn right on McAbee Rd. Follow McAbee for 1.8 miles until you reach the McAbee entrance at the corner of McAbee and Whispering Pines

Travel time from San Jose: Approximately 20 Minutes

Know Before You Go:

Parking Free
Dogs Allowed on Leash


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