Open a half-hour before sunrise until a half-hour after sunset. Saratoga Gap Open Space Preserve is a 1,600-acre outdoor adventure located at the junction of Highway 35 and Highway 9 in the Santa Cruz Mountains. The Sempervirens Fund provided critical support for acquisition of portions of this preserve. Highlights.
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Saratoga Gap Open Space Preserve is a 1540-acre regional park located near Saratoga Gap in the Santa Cruz Mountains of Santa Clara County, California.  The preserve is owned and operated by the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District. The preserve contains about 2 miles (3 km) of hiking trails, which are open to equestrians and bicycles.
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Saratoga Gap Open Space Preserve is a 1,600-acre outdoor adventure located at the junction of Highway 35 and Highway 9 in the Santa Cruz Mountains. Read More Image
17 reviews of Saratoga Gap Open Space Preserve "this trail IS the best. it's about 1.5 miles of pure single track. this trail alsow feeds into a couple other trails that feed into more trails.
- (650) 691-1200
- 28798 Big Basin Way Los Gatos, CA 95033
- Parks, Hiking, Mountain Biking
Travel through moist evergreen forests, oak–madrone woodlands, and high grasslands along the crest of the Santa Cruz Mountains. You experience stunning coastal mountain views on this route through three open-space preserves and one county park. Trail width and surface varies from narrow paths to wide roads—soft in forests and along creekbeds, and firm and bare through grasslands. Be ...
Saratoga Gap Open Space Preserve is a 1,780-acre outdoor adventure. The Saratoga Gap Trail parallels Skyline Boulevard passing under the spreading branches of weathered oaks before dropping into a cool, wooded Douglas fir forest. The trail ends across from the Hickory Oaks trailhead to Long Ridge Open Space Preserve and Highway 35.