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Switchbacks on Wildcat Loop trail in Rancho San Antonio. The rain has brought tons of water and green plants to the park.
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The Meadow in Wunderlich Park is a little known gem. One minute it's Redwood trees, the next it's this view. Beautiful! Woodside, CA
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Tony Look trail in Steven's Creek County Park felt like a magical forest this past weekend. This single track trail is one of my favorites in the area. Cupertino, CA.
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Sanborn Park is a South Bay highlight. This photo of Sanborn Trail shows the beauty of the tree cover and single track. Don't let it fool you though, it's a pretty steep climb for about 3 miles!
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Nisene Marks State Park is one of my favorite places to run. Choose from wide fire road (this photo) or rolling single track through the tall trees. Located in Aptos, CA, about 45 minutes south of San Jose.
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The view from the top of the Rogue Valley trail climb was on point this week. Super clear and beautiful. This is one of my favorite trails at Rancho San Antonio in Cupertino. (Photo credit: my friend Catherine)
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Spent this weekend volunteering for the Western States 100 mile race. This photo was taken on the WS trail at a spot called Pucker Point, ~2.5 miles from the Dusty Corners aid station. Beautiful!
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Going a little north of the Bay for this one. My weekend took me to the trail around Jenkinson Lake, a beautiful and tree covered loop. It has rolling terrain but nothing steep, making for a fun and easy run.
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The climb is intense, but the top of Mt Tam East Peak awards runners with this amazing view! We climbed Eldridge Grade from Phoenix Lake for a 7+ mile uphill. Well worth it!
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Pretty view along Harkins Ridge trail in Purisima Creek Redwoods today. It's a climb to get there, but most definitely worth it.
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