There are many possible routes in this park. This is an easy route.
Begin to head up the main trail passing through a cattle gate. 200 meters or so stay to the left on Harvey Bear Trail, Here you will begin a long but not so torturous climb. You will pass through a couple more cattle gates. Near the summit you will come upon the Coyote Ridge Trail marker, take a right onto the Coyote Ridge trail and continue to climb then the trail levels out giving you an opportunity to take in the beautiful views of Santa Clara Valley. Within a half mile you will come upon Willow Springs trail marker, head right going back down into the valley. You can pick up quite a bit of speed coming down so be wary of hikers and Horseback riders. Back down at the bottom you can take a cool down lap on the Martin Murphy trail before heading back to the parking lot. This is a series of trails that can be explored much deeper than this outline may suggest. One last note is that all Santa Clara County parks require a helmet.