Acorn Trail

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0.3 Miles 0.5 Kilometers


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62' 19 m

Ascent

-5' -2 m

Descent

551' 168 m

High

490' 149 m

Low

4%

Avg Grade (3°)

11%

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A short trail through the shade that links the Arastradero Creek and the Meadowlark Trail.

Kristen Arendt

Overview

The preserve is open from 8 am to sunset throughout the year. Hours are posted at the parking lot and can be found online. Some of the trails are seasonal and may be closed due to rain. Call 650-329-2423 or check online for the status.
Dogs: Leashed

Description

The Acorn Trail can be reached by riding along the Juan Bautista de Anza Trail and then taking the Arastradero Creek Trail for .75 miles until a small, gravel trail climbs to the right. The trail begins as a gravel trail, but quickly transforms into a dirt trail. Climbing through a shaded area, the trail reaches an open, level area where views of the surrounding hills and homes stretch before you on the right of the trail.

Continuing into the shade again, the trail snakes through another set of trees before crossing a small creek bed on a bridge. The trail emerges from the woods and reaches the junction with the Meadowlark Trail. From here, you can turn to the right and work your way back to your car or you can go straight and follow the Meadowlark Trail as it makes its way through the preserve.

This is a nice connector between the Arastradero Creek Trail and the Meadowlark Trail that creates a loop ride. It's one of the many combinations of trails that can be created depending on the amount of time that you have.

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