We arrived just in time for the opening ceremony.
It would be an incredible view from up here if the inversion layer weren't so ugly.
Pretty view from up by us, ugly inversion layer below.
San Jose mayor (not the foursquare kind) Chuck Reed
A bunch of kids cutting the ribbon for the new trail.
And we're off.
Alum Rock County Park is in the canyon below.
Coyote among the cattle.
A (very) old hunting blind.
A bunch of honeycombs along the trail. Lots of bees, lots of honey.
Brand new bridge!
Freshly cleared trail.
View near the end of the (current) new trail.
We hiked back down to Alum Rock after hiking the new stretch of BART. Saw this little critter on the way.
Down in Alum Rock County Park, the first municipal park in California (formed in 1872).
Opalescant mineral pools
The crew on an old bridge.