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We did this trail in 2017 as a group activity with ~5families & 7 kids. It is very easy to walk. btw, no river, its more of a stream. Easy stroll, some areas of trail are next to homes so you may not find it...More
I love the Guadalupe River Trail the best near the Heritage Rose Garden. The rose garden and surrounding grounds ~ planted with irises, daffodils and California Golden poppies ~ are a respite from the rush of Silicon Valley.
This so called river trail is apparently people dump their refuse. It is filthy with the path broken and incomplete in many sections. There's also homeless people camping on the path in the heart of downtown. It is best to avoid this abomination of an...More
Access to Guadalupe River Trail is very easy from anywhere downtown near Guadalupe river. Open for bike riding, walking or running this is a paved trail. My access started at West Santa Clara St near the SAP center and ran for 6 miles north past...More
I entered this trail near the Historic Rose Garden. That area near the Rose garden is fairly nice and paths are maintained. You will not see the River for the most part until you head a mile or so into the park. The farther I...More
Decent track but road for biking has very steep slopes both sides all the way almost that makes it a bit unsafe. Not much lightings.
The trail is adjacent to San Jose airport so you will see planes taking off.
Decent place to walk or...More
I had a really nice morning run. I accessed the trail at Hedding street and ran north. The trail was in great shape. No trash and no homeless. I ran up past the airport. The trail is paved and goes under all the major street...More
The Guadalupe river trail runs along the river. The trail is fairly long with distances mapped along the trail. On either side of the trail beautiful views of the city can be seen. On one side the trail is completely paved while on the other...More
The monument isn't actually the trail itself, or any of the scenery that lines it, but the World's Largest Homeless Encampment (WLHE) which may often be spotted by that tiny minority of our citizens who are still brave enough to go onto the trail. Not...More
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This is a dog friendly trail but your pup will need to be leashed as it is heavily used by cyclists, runners, roller bladers etc. There are numerous trails in the Bay Area. For Instance, the Alameda Creek Trail runs from... More
This is a dog friendly trail but your pup will need to be leashed as it is heavily used by cyclists, runners, roller bladers etc. There are numerous trails in the Bay Area. For Instance, the Alameda Creek Trail runs from Fremont to the Bay. The dirt side is very dog friendly and they can be off leash. The Stevens Creek trail runs from Mountain view to East Palo Alto.
Enjoy the trails.