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Now that the weather is warming up, there is no better way to enjoy the sun and the outdoors than with an exhilarating hike in Silicon Valley. Next time you are in Los Gatos, grab your hiking shoes and head over to one of these popular Los Gatos parks or hiking trails.
Vasona Lake County Park
333 Blossom Hill Rd
Los Gatos, CA 95032
The Vasona Lake County Park is one of the most popular of Santa Clara County’s regional park and recreational areas. The 150-acre park and connecting parkway overlooks Vasona Lake and Los Gatos Creek. Hikers, runners, bicyclists and skaters can utilize the multiple use train that begins at Lexington Reservoir and runs for nearly 14 miles along the Los Gatos Creek through the town of Los Gatos and the cities of Campbell and San Jose.
Lexington Reservoir County Park
17770 Alma Bridge Rd
Los Gatos, CA 95033
This popular hiking spot is a 960-acre park and reservoir located in the Santa Cruz Mountains that includes a 475-acre reservoir. Just above Santa Clara County, the Bay Area Ridge Trail connects with Sanborn with Almaden Quicksilver County Parks as well as Sierra Asul Open Space Preserve and other parks in the San Francisco Bay area. The park is riddled with beautiful landscapes, gorgeous views and manicured greens.
St Joseph’s Hill Open Space Preserve
College Ave & Jones Rd
Los Gatos, CA 95030
Featuring one of the most distinctive and scenic backdrops to the Town of Los Gatos is the 270-acre preserve, providing locals and visitors alike with a quick escape from the nearby urban areas of the city. The top of St. Joseph’s Hill offers 360-degree panoramic views of the Santa Clara Valley, the Lexington Reservoir, and the extraordinary Sierra Azul mountain range.
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