Best Trails 1 Henry Coe State Park Out-and-Back Morgan Hill, CA Road Biking Henry Coe State Park Out-and-Back is a 24 mile out and back trail located near Morgan Hill, California and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for road biking and is accessible year-round. 2 Coyote Lake County Park Campgrounds Gilroy, CA HikingWalkingTrail RunningCamping + More Activities Nature WalksFishingMountain BikingCanoeing 3 Pacheco State Park Loop Hollister, CA HikingMountain Biking 4 Henry W. Coe Park: Spike Jones - Grizzly Gulch Loop Gilroy, CA Mountain Biking 5 Henry Coe State Park - Kelly Lake Gilroy, CA Mountain Biking Best Hiking Best Mountain Biking Best Trail Running Pacheco State Park Loop Hollister, CA Pacheco State Park Loop Hollister, CA Hollister Hills new View More Coyote Lake County Park Campgrounds Gilroy, CA Gilson Gap Trail River Road Trail View More Recent Reviews Pacheco State Park Loop by Chalo Zamora (596) 2 months ago 3 Completed 5 Reviews I just complete dinosaur point and the hills look amazingly green and beautiful. Perfect time to ride. Hollister Hills SVRA by T P 3 months ago 19 Completed 16 Reviews Ride our quads there a nice place to ride up on mountain, be careful some people like to change the green diamonds for black or vise vs. custom mufflers will get you sighted. Hollister Hills SVRA by Maria Zaragoza (205) 8 months ago 10 Completed 2 Reviews HOT HOT HOT! It is very sunny out there. Bring sun block! We drove around on a few of the blue "more difficult" trails. Our friend was not very comfortable on the inclines and nearly drove his truck off the side of a hill, but all was fine in the end. At the end of the day we drove up to Hector Heights, which has an amazing view. There was only one other truck up there. We sat in the shade of our vehicles and had a late lunch. We were all worn out at the end of the day. I would definitely go back. Pacheco State Park Loop by David Pires (67) about 1 year ago 1 Completed 1 Reviews I just went to Pig Pond and back, most all down hill on the way back. Plan on being in shape or taking your time. It was very nice lots of hills, wildlife is everywhere I saw nice deer while catching my breath. Lots of grass I did not see any snakes but as things heat up you would have to be very careful. Pacheco State Park Loop by Chalo Zamora (596) over 1 year ago 3 Completed 5 Reviews I just completed nature trail today. This area has really steep hills that will reward you with beautiful downhills. I like the trails too Pacheco State Park Loop by Yuren Suarez (177) over 1 year ago 8 Completed 2 Reviews I really like this trail. It has both fire roads and some single track trails. It is an endurance workout and you can make it as hard as you want or as long as u want. You can also make it short and sweet. Its a close distance to Los Banos so its perfect for me. Pacheco State Park Loop by Chalo Zamora (596) over 1 year ago 3 Completed 5 Reviews This Bike trail is awesome had a great time at Pacheco. It has some really fast downhill clean roads and great views I highly recommend this to anyone who is a beginner to an expert. I rode my Scott Scale 29comp. Let me tell you there were some trails there that were even too big for me and my bike to climb up so there is walking up hill. I would I will be going back next week to take a different trail. Pacheco State Park Loop by John Holtz (942) almost 2 years ago 5 Completed 5 Reviews Right now, I chose to rate this trail with 4 stars because it offers a decent challenge to any skilled rider. In the summer everything is dry so it doesn't offer much in the way of scenery. BRING WATER! No potable water. Parking is $10 (7-20-13). I can't say that these trails are worth the $10 in parking, but for some new trails to try out it's not that bad overall. This trail has a few different loops you can take to make the ride short or long. I would recommend that anyone that ventures to these trails for the first time should choose a loop that starts the same as this track. The beginning of this track takes you to the highest point of the trail system at the start of the ride. After that, the majority of trail system offers various positive and negative increases in elevation, but nothing as significant the initial climb. You could always do it last, but I'd rather do the main uphill climb first. Some of the trail along this track is quite steep and the trails have a bit of loose dirt/gravel etc. Hollister Hills SVRA by Andrea Harvey (75) about 4 years ago 0 Completed 1 Reviews Used to trail run along the trails in the nature area way in the back of the park. Beautiful area. I stopped hiking/running here when I came face to face with a full size mountain lion out there. I'll be back, but scared the crap out of me.