Hike the Sierra Road Loop

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Distance

4.6 Miles

Elevation Gain

1089 Feet

Activities

Fitness, Chillin, Photography, Hiking

Skill

Intermediate

Season

Year Round

Type

Loop

Easy Parking
Food Nearby
Scenic
Wildflowers
Wildlife

The Sierra Road Loop is a 4.6 mile hike in San Jose, perfect for those seeking panoramic views and a good workout.

The Sierra Road Loop is accessible year round, with beautiful wildflowers in the spring. Watch for roaming cows! Dogs are not allowed on this trail. 

There is very little shade on the trail, so wear a hat and bring lots of water. The trails can be muddy after rain.

Photos: Calwhiz 

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Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations.

Nearby Lodging

From $120/night

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From $100/night

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From $176/night

Asilomar Hotel and Conference Grounds

Pacific Grove, California

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Distance

4.6 Miles

Elevation Gain

1089 Feet

Activities

Fitness, Chillin, Photography, Hiking

Skill

Intermediate

Season

Year Round

Type

Loop

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