Rancho San Antonio Park

High Meadow to Vista Point at Rancho San Antonio

Vista Point (the lower one, as opposed to the one at PG&E and Quarry) is one of the park's most popular destinations. Kelsey Farabee photo.

A 4.4-mile loop to one of the park's most popular destinations, the lower Vista Point overlooking the Valley and the Bay.

Rogue Valley Loop at Rancho San Antonio

Wildcat Loop Trail is partly shaded. On some days, that's a very good thing.

A 9-mile trail with 1450 feet of climbing just outside of Cupertino offers views of Silicon Valley and the San Francisco Bay.

Rancho San Antonio

On Sunday afternoons, trails in the lower section of the park double as community promenade. Traci Hukill photo.

Maybe the Peninsula's most beloved park.

Chamise Trail at Rancho San Antonio

Chamise Trail in its best spring outfit.

The northernmost trail at Rancho San Antonio park in Silicon Valley climbs 1000 feet in 9.2 miles and traverses chaparral, oak woodland and beautiful meadows.