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This is a beautiful hiking area in the middle of the Almaden Valley. It offers great trails, lots of uphills for a good workout and you will never end a hike without seeing some wildlife. From deer to rattlers, keep your eyes open and stay...More
The park is the site of the Quick silver mines from the 1800s. The mines have been closed but some exhibit boards explain the area. The parking is at the entrance to the hiking trails which are not steep but climb up the hillside. The...More
Great hiking trails that can be interchangeable to increase/decrease the length of your hike with shade area's for a significant portion of the trails to shield you from the harsh sun. Did the hike with my wife and parents and it was a easy to...More
love to hike here, remeber your off spray, ticks are out here. great trails for the beginner or mid level hiker, watch out for the horses though. take plenty of water and good shoes as its all up and down hill trails, if you adveture...More
Hiking the Almaden Quicksilver Park is an amazing experience with more than 33 miles of trails for every level of hiker. You can really get a workout while enjoying one of the South Bays best park trails!!
Amazing hiking and walking trails. Beautiful wild life. Astonishing views. The trails are wide and offer ports potty’s at the beginning of the trail. They have maps offered so you can pick the best walk for your abilities. Definitely worth the effort
Great park to go and hike around in, a hidden gem in the Almaden Valley, some entrances may be a bit hard to find (hidden in residential areas) but I think that helps reduce the amount of folks who frequent the park. Make sure to...More
Quicksilver offers several different trails with beautiful views of the entire Bay Area, depending on which route you take. Our family has been numerous times. Dog friendly so be aware there will be pets on the trails. Strongly suggest sunscreen and layers.
Response from A9556HDchrisb | Reviewed this property |
I figure that you can bring dogs in to the park. Since it is a public park you should beable to. However I would keep them on leash like what was suggested by someone who previously answered this question.