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New Meetup: Henry Coe SP--China Hole

From: David C.
Sent on: Tuesday, October 12, 2010 8:13 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for South Bay Ramblers Hiking Group!

What: Henry Coe SP--China Hole

When: Saturday, November 20,[masked]:00 AM

Where: Henry Coe State Park
9000 East Dunne Ave.
Morgan Hill, CA 95037

This moderately strenuous 10-mile hike features a combination of panoramic vistas and deep canyon walking. We?ll take the Corral, Springs, Modrone Soda Springs, and Canyon Mile Trails down to China Hole, where we?ll take a break by the park?s most popular swimming hole. Along the way, we?ll pass by a few remnants of the Madrone Soda Springs Resort. Our route back to the visitor center will follow China Hole Trail, Poverty Flat Road, and Forest Trail. Expect the hike to take about 4.5 to 5 hours and bring a packed lunch.

Car pool: Meet at Ohlone/Chynoweth Lightrail station on Santa Teresa Blvd at 8:00 a.m. Coming from 85 North, take Santa Teresa exit and turn left. Turn left again at the next traffic light. From 85 South, take Santa Teresa exit and go straight at the traffic lights. From 87 North, take Santa Teresa exit and turn right at the traffic lights.

Driving Directions to Trailhead: Take Highway 101 South to East Dunne Avenue and turn left. Drive 13 miles to the park. The road is very narrow and curvy. Please allow at least 30 minutes to drive from Highway 101 to the park headquarters.

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