From the west side
Great loop with two peaklets to check out.
Nice easy diversion from Skyline Blvd with a great payoff. Views of the Bay and the ocean. Nice!
From Skyline at the end of a five-summit local peak bagging day
The fog and mist were being blown all around us during this short hike. Lots of spring wildflowers and berries found along the way. It was surreal and beautiful.
Hiked with my dog in evening.
After hiking Black Mountain, decided to bag two other CC peaks, Borel Hill and Windy Hill, while I was in the area. Nice view, but with 1 mile and 200 feet of gain for the entire hike how is this worthy of being on the CC Peak List? Trip report is HERE
Hiked here many times with friends.
Did a short run in the preserve.
Usually combined with a longer dayhike.
On this group hike one of the hikers with a medical condition had to be taken away from Windy Hill by ambulance. It turns out she exceeded her capabilities which were significanly compromised due to a medical condition she failed to articulate to the leader of this hike when prompted to do so.
Very nice hike, windy is right though!
Trip Report- http://www.backcountrybliss.net/2010/04/windy-hill-osp-hamms-gulch-loop.html
Wet, windy, but lots of flowers and animals.
A beautiful, spring-like day tagging a handful of easy summits in the Santa Cruz Mtns. Trip Report
Made a nice loop from the Spring Ridge and Hamms Gulch trails. Beautiful day to be outside.
One of my favorite early morning hikes and trail runs. It can be a challenging run up some of those steep sections. Awesome view from the top and there is always a chance to see some cool wildlife along the way.
Biked from Stanford, up Windy Hill, across Skyline Boulevard, and up Borel Hill. Descended to Skyline, then down through the Coral Creek Open Space Preserve to Alpine, and back to Stanford. Quite a tiring and beautiful bike ride.
I bike up this hill frequently. Great view!
really nice up there
Have hiked to the top many times. It's one of my favorite hikes (or a pretty tough run to the top) on the Peninsula.