El Corte De Madera

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About El Corte De Madera, Redwood City

El Corte de Madera Creek (Spanish for: The Cutting of Wood) is a small river in the Santa Cruz Mountains, San Mateo County, northern California. It is a tributary of San Gregorio Creek. The creek flows about 7 miles (11 km), from its source in Kings Mountain (37°24′44″N 122°18′40″W / 37.4122°N 122.3110°W) near Skeggs Point on Skyline Boulevard (CA 35), to its confluence with San Gregorio Creek about 2.7 miles east of San Gregorio. The bulk of El Corte de Madera Creek's upper watershed is in El Corte de Madera Creek Open Space Preserve of the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District, which features popular hiking and mountain biking trails.

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Overview of El Corte De Madera

El Corte De Madera lies in the city of Redwood City in United States. On your trip to Redwood City, you can consider a quick visit to El Corte De Madera. Use this comprehensive guide to plan your visit to El Corte De Madera and you'll thank us later!

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  • Great place for hiking, many different trails to try and customize for the right length. A fair bit of elevation change in the trail. There was a few interesting points of interest, the tafoni are little caverns carved into the soft sandstone, very interesting and cool to see.

  • Great spot for hiking and even better for mountain biking. The lush canopy keeps the dirt from drying out too much even during the hot months. Bikers should use a bell because it's pretty easy to run into hikers around some of the low visibility corners.

  • Super amazing park within minutes of civilization! I am mountain bike rider and the trails here will not let you down! Challenging yes, brutal climbs yes, makes for an epic day hell yes!!! Get you some and get out there.

  • Wonderful trails under the shade. Lots of huge redwoods. Cool sandstones. Nice view of the forest at a vista point.

  • Quiet preserve with good hiking trails. Trails are shared with bicyclists. Free parking, beautiful flowers and trees. A lovely old growth redwood which we sat and admired as we had our sandwich lunch.

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