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Boccardo Loop Trail

Intermediate
 3.3 (6)

Trail circumnavigating a grassy hill with cows grazing and great views of the Silicon Valley.


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Map Key

2.7

Miles

4.4

KM

Singletrack

1,812' 552 m

High

1,035' 316 m

Low

762' 232 m

Up

776' 237 m

Down

11%

Avg Grade (6°)

21%

Max Grade (12°)

Dogs Unknown

E-Bikes Unknown

Features -none-

Closed Monday. Closed 1/2 hour after sunset.

Description

You can access this trail from the end of the Sierra Vista Trail, but it's also commonly approached from the Todd Quick Trail from the south.

If riding from the Todd Quick Trail, expect a steep and challenging climb for about 100 yards to the top of the Boccardo Connector. At the intersection, head right (talking loop trail to the left is VERY steep.) There will be a short, very steep section followed by a level section for a 1/4 mile. The rest of the trail is nice singletrack with some switchbacks up the grassy hill and cows grazing all around.

At the top of the climb, you can either continue around the Boccardo Trail, turn right onto Sierra Vista Trail, or pedal another quarter mile up to the scenic viewpoint.

Contacts

Land Manager: Santa Clara County Parks

Shared By:

Rob Garneau

Trail Ratings

  3.3 from 6 votes

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  3.3 from 6 votes
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Jan 31, 2018 near East Fo…, CA
View of San Jose Valley.
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Jul 29, 2019
Daryl Concepcion
2.7mi — 1h 30m
Apr 12, 2019
Neal Manjeshwar
8mi — 17h 00m
Dec 2, 2018
Stefan Penner
9.1mi
Nov 25, 2018
Robert Carlsen
Lots of climbing but great views. Did not enjoy the descent as much as I'd hoped—horses on the muddy fire road after the rain rutted it up.