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Trail - year round access

Trail - seasonal access

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Gate D. Bay-to-RidgeTrail access through Foothills Park.


Pedestrians only. No dogs on weekends or holidays.

Redtail Loop Trail out to Alpine Road. Broad, multi- grassland on narrow dirt trails. Wide, compacted gravel surface; that rises 40 feet in 350 feet. No Partial seasonal access —
1.50 miles, 40 min. round-trip use trail travels past Arastradero Trail leads through a dry stock no obstacles. facilities. posted closed during periods of
Leads from north edge of the Lake through mixed terrain in- pond and a small quarry. 400 ft. heavy rain. For those who want a
parking lot up steep grassland cluding stands of wildflowers.Very elevation rise from parking area Arastradero Lake Woodrat Trail long trek, the winding Meadowlark
trails.Views of Stanford and Palo steep in places—at the steepest to Loop. .57 miles, 20 min. one-way from .44 miles Trail branches from the de Anza
Alto to the Bay. Hilly terrain, trails place the trail has a 15% slope. the parking area. Connects Meadowlark and Trail and rises 300 feet on natural
are very steep in places—at the Mixed trail surfaces including nat- Arastradero Creek Trail Follow the trail past the Gate- Arastradero Creek Trails and soil tread through open grassland
steepest place the trail has a 15% ural soil, loose and compressed 1.44 miles way Facility across Arastradero wanders through beautiful shady to Vista Point. Best valley views.
slope. Trail tread is natural soil gravel and wood footbridges. Follows Arastradero Creek Road and then along the de Anza oak woodlands to nearby Sobey Trail continues on wide, hilly com-
with few obstacles. from Arastradero Lake to Foot- Trail to the Lake. Once a ranch Pond. Fairly consistent slope pressed gravel trail to Woodland
Bowl Loop Trail hills Park. Pedestrians may enter stock pond, now a home for throughout—trail rises 50 feet. Star Trail. Woodland Star Trail
Juan Bautista de Anza .68 miles Foothills Park on this Bay-to-Ridge many species of fish, reptiles and Natural soil surfaces; no obsta- loops back to the de Anza Trail
Historic Trail Seasonal access—posted Trail connection (no bikes or birds. Quiet place for resting and cles. Best shade route. through shady oak woodlands.
1.28 miles, 30 min. one-way closed during periods of heavy horses). Riparian corridor, shaded nature watching. Mixed terrain Steep in areas. Some root and
This regional trail leads from rain. Provides fun riding for by oaks and bay laurels. Steep including loose and compacted Meadowlark & rock obstacles on natural soil trail
the border of Los Altos Hills mountain bikers of various skill terrain—20% slope in places on gravel and native soil. Generally Woodland Star Trails tread. Favored by equestrians.
through the Preserve and back levels. Hilly terrain through open the west end of the trail. flat, broad trail except one stretch 2.45 miles
Small photos: Rosemary Lombard; large photo: Erik Goetze; lettering: Carl Rohrs; graphic design: Sharon Erspamer September 2007