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Purisima Creek Redwoods Park and More…

At Two-Heel Drive today, an extensive post about hiking at Purisima Creek Redwoods Open Space Preserve. And the best part? The prettiest photo of an outhouse I’ve ever seen. Really. Follow the link to the article to see what I mean.

Deep in the woods at Purisima. Summertime’s upon us in Silicon Valley and I’ve finally gotten it into my had that it’s not necessary to spend every weekend sweating through dusty trails on hills that have gone from green to brown. Along the Santa Cruz Mountains nearest the Pacific Ocean, everything’s green as all get out — heck, there’s even mud on the trails in a few parks.

One such park is Purisima Creek Redwoods Open Space Preserve, a few thousand acres of second-growth redwood forest that is one of the coolest hiking locales in these parts, temperature-wise and vibe-wise. It’s on Highway 35, Skyline Boulevard, west of San Mateo, a bit of a haul from San Jose at over 30 miles, but worth the drive… [Two-Heel Drive]

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June 6, 2007 - Posted by | Trails

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