Willow Springs/Rancho San Ysidro/Savannah Trails - Healthy Trail (Moderate)

This trip is designated as a "Healthy Trail" by the Santa Clara County Department of Parks and Recreation.

 
 
Trail Info & Highlights
• Trail route runs along lower west-facing hillsides through mostly ...


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This trip is designated as a "Healthy Trail" by the Santa Clara County Department of Parks and Recreation.

 
 
Trail Info & Highlights
• Trail route runs along lower west-facing hillsides through mostly open grasslands.
• Mostly level with twists and turns, gradual inclines and declines.
• Broad, unobstructed views of hills, steep valleys, tree-lined creeks, surrounding ranchlands from Morgan Hill to San Benito County.
• Abundant colorful wildflowers dot rolling green hills in spring.
 
Trail Directions
• From trailhead adjacent to parking lot, proceed 1.0 mile up Willow Springs Trail to Rancho San Ysidro Trail junction.
• Turn right on San Ysidro; go 0.2 miles to first Savannah Trail junction.
• Stay on Rancho San Ysidro (to left) and follow 1.3 miles to second Savannah Trail junction.
• Turn right and proceed 2.3 miles along Savannah Trail back to Rancho San Ysidro Trail.
• Stay left and proceed 0.2 miles up to Willow Springs Trail.
• Turn left on Willow Springs Trail and follow 1.0 mile back to parking lot.
 
Coyote Lake-Harvey Bear Ranch County Park
• Extensive hiking, biking and equestrian trails winding through oak-studded canyons and rocky grassland ridges with spectacular views of south Santa Clara Valley and distant Santa Cruz Mountain Range.
• Adjacent Coyote Lake with boating facilities, family and RV campsites, picnic areas, visitor center.
 

 


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