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Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail

San Francisco, CA 95045
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Scenic and rather strenuous

This is the Old Stage Coach Road that used to link San Juan Bautista to Salinas. The trail is 8... read more

Reviewed 5 February 2016
MaryC80
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Eureka, California, United States
From Monterey to Mission San Antonio

This was a drive I did by myself as I had a full free day. The trail went through lovely... read more

Reviewed 18 February 2015
EmmyBea
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Hayward, California
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4 Feb 2016
“Scenic and rather strenuous”
17 Feb 2015
“From Monterey to Mission San Antonio”
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San Francisco, CA 95045
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Reviewed 5 February 2016

This is the Old Stage Coach Road that used to link San Juan Bautista to Salinas. The trail is 8 miles (4 miles up and 4 back) if you take the entire trail. It is a dirt road that is nearly all uphill going (4...More

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Reviewed 18 February 2015

This was a drive I did by myself as I had a full free day. The trail went through lovely farmlands, many, many winery vineyards, ruins of the Dutton Hotel in an old area called Jolon, Mission Soledad, and Mission San Antonio, ending in Fort...More

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Reviewed 21 October 2014

Juan Bautista Valentín Alvarado y Vallejo was Governor of Alta California from 1836 to 1837, and 1838 to 1842. He led several exploratory partie. He was a major leader in politics, ranching, and exploration of the area. To mark his exploration, the trails he explored...More

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Reviewed 2 October 2014

There are beautiful views of the city. The trail is clean and well maintained. Very few bugs to bug us, and the terrain in suitable for most abilities.

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Reviewed 11 October 2002

The "trail" runs along a couple of state highways in my town. One of these highways has sidewalks and the other does not. I wouldn't really call this so much a trail as the site of a historic trail.

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