The Guadalupe River Trail is an 11-mile pedestrian and bicycle path in the city of San Jose, California. The path runs along the banks of the Guadalupe River. The trail is currently composed of two discontinuous segments: a short segment along the Upper Guadalupe River and a longer segment along the Lower Guadalupe River. This trail is heavily used for both recreation and commuting, as it provides direct access to Downtown San Jose from many of the outlying neighborhoods. The trail is paved.
The Guadalupe River Trail was designated part of the National Recreation Trail system in 2009.
City of San Jose Website http://www.sjparks.org/Trails/GRiver/index.asp
Address 528 W Trimble Rd, San Jose 95131, United States
Coordinates 37°22'50.251" N -121°56'15.896" E