Hiking yoga is great for locals wanting to learn more about the South Bay, companies wanting to do a team building event, and a bold way to show off our city to fit visitors.
We have two locations in the South Bay.
Woodside: Wunderlich Park
We meet in parking lot outside of horse stables 10 minutes before the hike.
Los Gatos: St. Joseph’s Hill above the Lexington Reservoir
We meet in parking lot next to the dam on Alma Road 10 minutes before the hike
How much does it cost?
$20 for drop in
$50 for 3 pack
$150 for 10 pack
South Bay FAQs
Are restrooms available?
There are portable toilets at the trailhead of both hikes
Is there water available?
It is always best to bring your own water and a light athletic bag to carry that and other items such as keys, cell phone, etc.
How do I drive to Lexington Reservoir Dam parking lot?
From Interstate 280 in Santa Clara County, exit CA 17 south (exit 5b). Drive south about 10 miles, then exit Bear Creek/Alma Bridge Road. At the stop sign, turn right, cross over 17, then turn left and return to 17, heading north. Stay in the right lane and exit onto Alma Bridge Road. Drive over the dam and park in the paved lot on the right side of the road.
Will we be on natural trails?
Yes, we will be in contact with some dirt so don’t wear your new white Lululemon pants. Come out ready to get dirty and have some fun. We will be on uneven terrain so wear shoes that work for off road conditions.
Will I be in direct sun?
St. Joseph’s is much more exposed to the sun than Wunderlich which is mostly shaded. Bring sunscreen and a hat if you have concerns. We hike in the morning and at sunset to avoid the heat of the day.