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San Jose, California
February 6 2016
Henry Coe State Park
Santa Clara County
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Henry Coe State Park
February 6, 2016

The Place


Henry Coe State Park is the largest state park in Northern California with nearly 90,000 acres of oak woodlands and pine-crested ridges.


Common fauna in the park include mule deer, turkeys, pigs, and coyotes. October also happens to be mating season for tarantulas in the park and they are often spotted on the trail.

Walking The Walk


Level: 4.25 - Miles: 12 - Elevation: 3100'

Host: Justin N.


Ridges are the order of the day, we will start up the Monument Trail to the top of Pine Ridge and then follow Hobbs Road over to Middle Ridge.

We will take Middle Ridge Trail for the full distance (meeting along Middle Ridge) to the Cougar Trail at Poverty Flat.

From there we will head up to Manzanita Point and back to headquarters.

Directions:

From San Jose, take 101-S towards Morgan Hill. Exit East Dunne Ave and turn (L). Proceed straight on Dunne Ave passing Anderson Lake to Henry Coe SP Headquarters (approx. 12 miles from freeway). Drive time is about 55 minutes.

Know Before You Go:

Parking: $8 No Dogs Allowed.


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