Henry Coe State Park is located in Morgan Hill. It's one of the largest
parks in the San Francisco Bay Area.
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Henry Coe is home to some awesome singletrack and toe freezing creek crossings.
Coyote Creek was just above knee cap deep in its center during the El Nino weather of March '98.
Be prepared for some steep hills, quick descents, and great views.
Besides the wild turkeys, hogs, coyotes, and bobcats, Henry Coe is home to the Pacheco Falls. Be prepared for at least a 24-mile ride with 5000+ feet of climbing if you want to see the falls in person. The falls are about 12 miles in from the Gilroy Hotsprings entrance with over 2500 feet of elevation gain to reach them (double that amount to get back to the entrance).
This photo was taken during a dry December in 1998. Normally, the falls are flowing after a good rainstorm.