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Belgatos-Heinz Loop

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7.2 Miles 11.6 Kilometers


35%

Singletrack

1,296' 395 m

Ascent

-1,295' -395 m

Descent

7%

Avg Grade (4°)

22%

Max Grade (12°)

802' 245 m

High

327' 100 m

Low

Shared By Pierre Reynes

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A great loop with steep climbs, some singletrack, some fire road and a little bit of road.

Pierre Reynes

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Overview

A short but intense loop with a variety of type of trails and roads and beautiful views of the Silicon Valley.

Description

This ride starts with a nice descent on Oak Ridge Trail. At the bottom, turn left for a short jaunt on Rocky Ridge Trail to connect to a path following Hicks road then turn right on Shannon. Turn right at Kennedy road on Arroyo del Rancho, trailhead is on the left. Ride up the Santa Rosa Bypass to Santa Rosa Trail then to the top of Santa Rosa.

The trailhead is across Santa Rosa, follow the trail, turn left at the next 2 junctions to follow Valley View Trail all the way to the top. Ride downhill to the end of the park. Turn around and do it again the other way but this time, stay right onto Sky Trail.

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Apr 1, 2018
PJ Loury
Alternate Rte: start @ end of Mtn Laurel Ln, closer to Shannon Rd. When coming down, take Santa Rosa Dr East to the trailhead to complete the loop 8mi
Feb 5, 2018
Jason Montgomery
Jan 21, 2018
Mark Palmer
There is an off map trail here that runs down from the vista to the neighborhood below. It's full of groomed berms, small kickers, and amazing dirt.
Sep 14, 2017
hasan Adil
Aug 6, 2017
Fredrik Jansson
Very dry and good conditions. 6mi
Jul 4, 2016
Michael Alfuso
Dec 5, 2015
Bryan Edelman
Feb 22, 2015
Pierre Reynes
Ride with Tammy 9.2mi — 1h 59m

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  2.8 from 5 votes

#3

in San Jose

#3070

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#3

in San Jose

#406

in California

#3,070

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I would call this a walking trail that allows bikes - I wont be back. A few short steap sections and a fair amount of pavement. Looks like a good oppurtunity to build out more in this area if you are local and want to work with the land managers. Good views of the valley and nice houses to see. Dec 6, 2015

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