Santa Teresa County Park Trail Loop is a 8.3 mile moderately trafficked loop trail located near San Jose, CA that offers the chance to see wildlife. The trail is rated as moderate offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.
dogs on leash
Perfect 3-hour walking trail.
The trail was very warm, little shade. It is not an easy hike, but it is enjoyable. I saw quite a few deer and a bob cat on the trail today.
The Rocky Ridge Trail lived up to its name.
8.3 miles here is not easy. it took me 2 hrs 25 minutes. a very good challenging hike. next time I will add the Stiles trail.
Easy hike (especially if you're just starting out)with multiple options. Some trails (like mine trail) ok for stroller.
Green grass, wild flowers, views and great for the dog. Part of trail is heavy single track for bikes but zero issues. Some mud, but great to hear water in the creeks. Great time of year for this hike.
Best to hike in the early morning. I saw deers, turnkey, and coyote there. Awesome view.
Beautiful views of the San Jose area.
One of my favorite area for hiking in the South Bay.
My favorite place to mountain bike in the South Bay Area!!! Unfortunately the driving directions are wrong. Here is the proper address.
322398 Bernal Rd
Coyote California 95013
Great trails that can go all day long or short loops that make for a nice quick trek. It can easily take up half your day if your looking for an adventure.