Self-Guided Tree Walks

Members of Mountain View Trees and some of the City staff have created interesting, self guided tree walks in and around Mountain View, California.

Bush Street Tree Walk

This Tree Walk features the trees that can be found on the very northern three blocks of Bush Street in Mountain View, California.

Developed by Paul Staley.

PDF Download – Map of Walk
DOC Download – Walk Details and Photos

Castro (Mi Pueblo) Tree Walk

The MI PUEBLO tree walk begins on Leland Avenue near the Mi Pueblo market in Mountain View, California.
Developed by Paul Staley, Jesse Craven and Donna Davies.

PDF Download – Full Color Brochure, 11 X 14″
PDF Download – Map of Walk
DOC Download – Walk Details (text only)

Cuesta Park Tree Walk

The Cuesta Park Tree Walk.
Developed by Mountain View Trees volunteers.

PDF Download – coming soon

Pioneer Park Tree Walk

1146 Church Street Church Street & Castro Street
Mountain View, California

Developed by The City of Mountain View. The core of downtown Mountain View is the plaza shared by City Hall, the Mountain View Center for Performing Arts and the award-winning Mountain View Public Library. Behind those buildings is Pioneer Park, which enjoys a quiet environment resulting from the City Hall building blocking out the noise from Castro Street.

PDF Download – Map of Walk with Details and Photos

Rengstorff Park Tree Walk

This 23-acre prak is home to many mature trees, some of which likely date back to a time before California achieved statehood in 1850.

Developed by Mountain View Trees volunteers.
PDF Download – coming soon

Hidden Villa Hike

26870 Moody Road
Los Altos Hills, CA 94022

This moderately strenuous 90 minute educational hike offers a tour through our evergreen coastal woodland.

Check HIDDEN VILLA’S WEBSITE to see the hours available to the public

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