The Guadalupe River Trail is an 11-mile (18 km) pedestrian and bicycle path in the city of San Jose, California. The path runs along the banks of the Guadalupe River. The trail is currently composed of two discontinuous segments. This trail is heavily used for both recreation and commuting, as it provides direct access to Downtown San Jose from many of the outlying neighborhoods.
The Guadalupe River Trail is not continuous. The trail's southern reach is from Almaden Lake Park (at Coleman Road) to Chynoweth Avenue - a distance of 1.4 miles (2.3 km). The trail is paved. The southern terminus is adjacent to Almaden Lake Park in the Almaden Valley neighborhood. It runs along the river northward, with an under-crossing beneath Blossom Hill Road and passes beneath the highway fly-overs of State Route 85. This section of the trail ends at Chynoweth Drive near Cikler Park. This portion of the trail also passes very close to Westfield Oakridge Mall.