The following is a collection of videos we have noticed posted to YouTube.
With the notable exception of the first 2 films, these are not our own creations,
but some do a nice job of showcasing the
Stevens Creek Trail, so it seems like a good idea to collect the links here.
But, first, is a film made by and for the Friends of Stevens Creek Trail, back before many
knew what the trail was or that it even existed.
In under 3 minutes, learn about the mission of the Friends of Steven's Creek Trail and
our great partnership with Microsoft. It will leave you itching for your next chance
to head out to the trail!
Friends of Stevens Creek Trail Film from 1994.
This excellent 10 minute long introductory video is still relevant almost 20 years later. Share this
with friends and neighbors who haven't been on the trail or aren't familiar with the ultimate goal of
connecting the bay with the mountains.
High school junior student, Daniela Chavez Preciado, chose to do her documentary project on
the Stevens Creek Trail and the result is inspiring. View it here, at
Cupertino has several videos posted on their website about the Stevens Creek Corridor
Restoration Project. Since they have lots of other information also listed there,
you should just
visit their site.
Annual Trailblazer Race (2007): (9:39 - produced by KMTV and narrated)
This excellent video will introduce you to our annual fundraising (and fun-raising) event, the Trailblazer Race.
Try Bicycling: (96 seconds - music)
Watch a cyclist taking the Stevens Creek Trail along much of it's picturesque
length from the wooded upper area to wide open marshlands near the Google Campus.
Stevens Creek Trail - Dino 1 of 5: (1:53 - road noises)
Handle-bar cam type footage of the dirt trail between Whisman Park and Middlefield Road.
Stevens Creek Trail - Dino 2 of 5: (0:51 - road noises)
Handle-bar cam footage continues along Middlefield Rd., then right on Moffett Blvd., heading back toward
the Stevens Creek Trail entrance/intersection.
Stevens Creek Trail - Dino 3 of 5: (4:35 - road noises and live foreign narration)
Handle-bar cam footage continues down Moffett Blvd, then onto Stevens Creek Trail southbound.
Trip continues past Whisman Park bridge, under Middlefield Rd., under Hwy 85 by Central Ave.,
to the motocross track next to the trail and once around it.
Stevens Creek Trail - Dino 4 of 5: (2:33 - road noises)
Handle-bar cam footage up to and over the Central Expressway bridge,
and a little beyond.
Stevens Creek Trail - Dino 5 of 5: (4:16 - road noises)
Handle-bar cam footage continues down to junction with Dana Street and Landel's School,
on along creek under an 85 off-ramp, up and over Hwy 237,
past the Yuba Drive trailhead, under El Camino Real to the current end of the trail.
Blade on Stevens Creek Trail: (21 seconds - no sound)
Someone roller blading on the trail with a jog stroller.
Snake on the Trail: (64 seconds - narrated)
While hiking along the dirt trail by the bay, someone finds a 4 foot long gopher snake and holds it for all to see.
Hawk eating prey on Stevens Creek Trail: (82 seconds - quiet)
Someone ran across this raptor having a late afternoon snack on one of the marshland
bridges over the creek.
: Upper Stevens Creek crossing on mountain bike (14 seconds - live sound)
A mountain biker splashes across the creek on the Upper Stevens Creek Trail..
: Skyline ridge into Stevens Canyon (4:02 - live narration en route)
High speed descent from Hwy 35 at Page Mill down into Stevens Canyon.
Mountain Bike splashing across creek: (18 seconds - narrated)
Just another mountain bike on the Upper Stevens Creek Trail crossing the creek..