PG&E, Upper High Meadow, Wildcat, Rogue Valley and Coyote Loop

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Rancho San Antonio County Park

PG&E, Upper High Meadow, Wildcat, Roque Valley and Coyote Loop is a 8.3 mile heavily trafficked loop trail located near Cupertino, California that features a river and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.

Distance: 8.3 miles Elevation Gain: 1,624 feet Route Type: Loop

hiking

nature trips

walking

bird watching

running

river

views

wild flowers

wildlife

no dogs

Note: PG&E Trail is also called Steven Abbors Trail.

hiking
1 month ago

Busy trail but a good workout!

Good workout but crowded in some spot. Some shade but majority are still exposed. Some view of the bay but nothing special. Have to wait for parking or park on the street and walk in.

hiking
1 month ago

Great views and some nice climbing. Hard to beat for a local hike.

hiking
muddy
2 months ago

A bit middy at the bottom, and a tad more crowded due to COVID-19 but still a great local hike

hiking
muddy
2 months ago

Good Quarantine Hike w/ Meli after finding out mom had passed out.

A bit muddy but amazing trail with shaded parts. This trail is more than 8.3 more like 8.6.

hiking
2 months ago

Million of people out there today. Hard to keep 6ft social distancing. Started around 10-11 and got back to parking around 1-2. Saw couple cars were in line waiting for parkings. Other than that, trails are well maintained and had a great walk on the higher trails.

Amazing hike! Took Coyote trail to PG&E trail to High Meadows. Seen a couple of snakes, a wild turkey, a ground hog, two salamanders, a bunny, and some deer. It ended up being 9.5 miles as we went pass the farm on the way back. Views were descent and it wasn’t to crowded.

hiking
2 months ago

It is more like 9 miles than 8.3.. Nice with good elevation profile. Stunning views from many places..

Amzing trail.... I think we went a little off coming back but good warmup.

hiking
5 months ago

If you like a great workout for your legs after sitting down behind the desk all week then this trail experience is for you. little crowded so not much for relaxing.

It was actually 10miles for us and we didn’t take any detour. Road is well shaded, not to muddy after rain. A bit windy at the top. We enjoyed a view all the way and plants and trees were also changing. And at the end we saw deers which was lovely!!!

hiking
6 months ago

This is my first hike I’m used to walking long distances. But never tried hiking... really enjoyed... for a beginner, try to take the route which goes from the deer hollow park and at an intersection you can merge to the Stephen abhors... instead of taking the steeps... all over nice experience

Walked with Two adult daughters. Fantastic pre-thanksgiving walk. Some hills, beautiful trees and great energy

recorded Recording - Nov 23, 10:44 AM

hiking
6 months ago

nice view of the bay

running
6 months ago

This is one of my go to trail runs. Love the balance between up and down. Great views! Always a very clean and well marked trail. Please move for trail runners :)

hiking
bugs
7 months ago

Easier than mission peak. Open trails. Good quality.

One of my favorite hikes. Lots of shade going clockwise. Little steep but smooth heading down the other side with the farm to greet you at the end. Lot of people here and parking can be hard to find in the morning. Saw birds, lizards, squirrels, deer, turkeys, and horse riders. Great views and atmosphere.

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