Saratoga Gap Open Space Preserve

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Saratoga Gap Open Space Preserve is a 1291-acre (5.224 km²) regional park located near Saratoga Gap in the Santa Cruz Mountains of Santa Clara County, California. The preserve is owned and operated by the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District. The preserve contains about 2 miles (3 km) of hiking trails, which are open to equestrians and bicycles.

Saratoga Gap Openspace

Saratoga Gap contains elements of the Bay Area Ridge Trail.

Elevations in the hillside area range from approximately 1,490 feet (454 m) to 2,200 feet (671 m).

Saratoga Gap[edit]

The namesake of the preserve, Saratoga Gap is a feature of type gap listed as ID 232577 in the National Geographic Names Database. Located at the intersection of State Route 9 and State Route 35, the NAD27 latitude and longitude are listed as 37°15′30″N 122°07′11″W / 37.25833°N 122.11972°W / 37.25833; -122.11972. The location is on the border of the counties of Santa Clara and Santa Cruz.

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