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Dunne Avenue winds its way to Henry Coe State Park some 2500 feet above the town of Morgan Hill.

Dunne Avenue winds its way to Henry Coe State Park some 2500 feet above the town of Morgan Hill. During the 22-mile ride down Monterey Road from downtown San Jose to Morgan Hill, I stop at the tackle shop for drinks.ThumbnailsOn the way up the hills Dunne Avenue passes Anderson Lake and continues onward and upward.During the 22-mile ride down Monterey Road from downtown San Jose to Morgan Hill, I stop at the tackle shop for drinks.ThumbnailsOn the way up the hills Dunne Avenue passes Anderson Lake and continues onward and upward.During the 22-mile ride down Monterey Road from downtown San Jose to Morgan Hill, I stop at the tackle shop for drinks.ThumbnailsOn the way up the hills Dunne Avenue passes Anderson Lake and continues onward and upward.During the 22-mile ride down Monterey Road from downtown San Jose to Morgan Hill, I stop at the tackle shop for drinks.ThumbnailsOn the way up the hills Dunne Avenue passes Anderson Lake and continues onward and upward.During the 22-mile ride down Monterey Road from downtown San Jose to Morgan Hill, I stop at the tackle shop for drinks.ThumbnailsOn the way up the hills Dunne Avenue passes Anderson Lake and continues onward and upward.

Dunne Avenue winds its way some 2500 feet higher up in the mountains toward Henry Coe State Park over 10 miles after leaving the suburb town of Morgan Hill.