Find a Route
A virtual run is the perfect opportunity to explore you running and walking routes, both for your training and your virtual event.
Wherever you are running (in Northern California where we have held tthe Wildflower Run for the past 37 years or elsewhere in the country), installing a running app on your phone can be helpful The most popular running app for finding a route is Map My Route.
Coyote Creek Trail and Bike Path is a scenic paved flat route from Morgan Hill to San Jose along Coyote Creek. Popular with runner, bicyclists and walkers. Learn more.
Would you prefer to follow our traditional Wildflower Run 5K or USATF 10K route (and also plan for when we are back together in 2022? Both follow scenic backroads and are flat, fast routes, starting and ending at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill. See 5K Route and 10K Route maps.
Trail Runs or Walks
Wherever you live, find details, including maps and routes at Trail Run Project or All Trails.
We have many local open spaces, county parks, and state parks. Try training somewhere new! Some of the most beautiful accessible trails can be found at Uvas Canyon County Park. Harvey Bear Ranch County Park, Henry Coe State Park, Coyote Valley Open Space Preserve, Rancho Canada del Oro Open Space Preserve and Calero County Park. Find maps and routes at: