Sierra Azul Preserve

Sierra Azul Preserve is a true wilderness area, yet surprisingly close to the urban areas of the South Bay, making it a popular destination. Because of its size, Sierra Azul is divided into four areas: Kennedy Limekiln, Mount Umunhum, Cathedral Oaks, and Rancho do Guadalupe.

Sierra Azul Open Space Preserve is managed by the Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District in Santa Clara County, California. It’s approximately 17,000 acres in area. The preserve is named for the Sierra Azul or “Blue Mountains”, the name the colonizing Spanish used for the half of the Santa Cruz Mountains south of today’s California Highway 17.

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