Kennedy Tree Details
Kennedy trail is a fairly steep fire trail that stays dry / drains well after rain after the initial entry. Part of the Sierra Azul open space.
The most popular is the 2,920-acre Kennedy-Limekiln Area, accessible from Kennedy Road in Los Gatos, and from Highway 17, adjacent to Lexington Reservoir County Park and St. Joseph's Hill Open Space Preserve.
15 miles of trails, providing hikers, bicyclists, and equestrians with some excellent, strenuous loop trails.
Leashed dogs are allowed only on the trails in the Kennedy-Limekiln Area.
Bicyclists: there is a 15 mph trail speed limit and helmets are required at all times.
The popular Kennedy Trail/Limekiln Trail loop covers over 14 miles, and includes nearly 2,000 feet in elevation gain.
Parking lot at Kennedy and Top of the Hill Road
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More Stats for Kennedy Tree mountain bike trail
Altitude change-7 ft
Altitude min385 ft
Altitude max1,813 ft
Altitude start392 ft
Altitude end385 ft
Distance climb3 miles
Distance down4 miles
Distance flat2 miles
Avg reverse time00:00:42
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