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Portola Valley is an incorporated town in San Mateo County, California, It was named for Spanish explorer Gaspar de Portolà, who led the first party of Europeans to explore the San Francisco Peninsula, in 1769. Portola Valley is one of the top forty wealthiest towns in the United States of America. Within the State of California, Portola Valley is ranked as the sixth wealthiest place.
A sample of things to see and do in the City of Portola Valley.
Coyote Ridge to Summit Trail Loop
Portola Redwoods State Park - Portola State Park Road 650-948-9098
Vigorous and diverse six-mile hike takes samples the best of Portola Redwoods State Park west of Silicon Valley. This is the essential loop at Portola Redwoods State Park. In just over six miles it ascends two ridges and stops in on the most impressive old-growth redwood in the park. It starts out near the park headquarters, climbs up Coyote Ridge, descends to Peters Creek, climbs again up the Slate Creek Trail, then descends via the Summit Trail
Slate Creek Trail
Portola Redwoods State Park – Portola State Park Road 650-948-9098
Beautiful redwood hike to Slate Creek Trail Camp at Portola Redwoods State Park in the Santa Cruz Mountains. This is an excellent moderate hike through the second-growth redwood forest at Portola Redwoods State Park. It ends at Slate Creek Trail Camp, a popular overnight camping destination. The park is in the Santa Cruz Mountains west of Highway 35 in one of the best hiking regions in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Casa De Tableta
3915 Alpine Road Portola Valley, CA
This structure, built by Felix Buelna in the 1850s, served as a gambling retreat and meeting place for Mexican-Californios. It was strategically located on the earliest trail used both by rancheros and American settlers crossing the peninsula to the coast. Acquired by an American in 1868, it has continued to serve under various names as a roadhouse and saloon.
Our Lady Of The Wayside
930 Portola Road Portola Valley, CA (650) 854-5976
Built in 1912 this country church was the first executed design of noted architect, Timothy L. Pflueger, who had just begun work for James Miller. An awareness of the Spanish California Missions inspired the style, which contrasts with the large commercial buildings and art deco theaters for which Pflueger later became notable. Construction of this Catholic Church was initiated by a non-denominational club, The Family.
18362-18492 California 35 Portola Valley, CA (650) 691-1200
Windy Hill is a nice, grassy knoll located above the nestled towns of Atherton and Portola Valley, just off of Skyline Blvd. a few miles south of Sky Londa. It is located within the Windy Hill Open Space Preserve, and hosts great views of the San Francisco Bay, east to the Diablo Range, and north and south along the Skyline of the Peninsula. Though not a particularly hard hike, Windy Hill provides a great outing. There are several benchmarks on the summit and there is a geocache in the vicinity.
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