San Jose, California
Santa Teresa Park
Santa Clara County
Santa Teresa Park is a local
park for us San Joseans and is just ten miles South of downtown. It's 1,688 acres offer great viewgasms from its trails above
the Almaden and Santa Clara Valleys. Its unique location allows us that are local, to explore the beauty of our surroundings.
With 14 miles of hiking trails and plenty of wildlife like deer, coyote, bobcats and skunks to name a few,Wild Recovy will fit
right in. So come out and burn off some of that Thanksgiving turkey or tofurkey and hike with us.
Directions: Find your way to Hwy 85 South and take Cottle Road exit
towards Santa Teresa Blvd. Follow Cottle to Currie and turn left. Turn right on Camino Verde Drive and left on Manilla. Proceed
to 372 Manilla and we will meet there.
DRIVE TIME: 30 minutes. PARKING FREE - DOGS OK on leash.
LEVEL: 3, MILES: 8, ELEVATION: 1000 ft., HOST: Tom L.
The weather man is forecastng cold and possible wet weather so be prepared. Dress in layers, bring a raincoat, gloves
and a hat. The possibility of being cold and wet are realistic Bring plenty of water and some food. A thermos full of your
favorite hot beverage is always nice. If you're new to Wild Recovery, check out
What to Wear & Bring
My service commitment ends with this web page and I want to express my deepest gratitude to all of you for this opportunity. Wild Recovery has been the finest experience I've had in recovery. I know Phillip will do an exceptional job as web servant. May you be blessed with viewgasms galore and an out of doors natural high.
Happy Trails To All
John R. webservant 2008