Sunday, September 6, 2015

The Guadalupe River Trail Has a New Work of Public Art

Check out this amazing metal mammoth that is roaming the Guadalupe River Trail in Downtown San Jose! The project commemorates the mammoth fossils that were discovered in the Guadalupe River bed several years ago. These are exactly the types of projects that we need to interest more people in exploring and discovering San Jose's parks.

Source: Cardinal2007 from the San Jose Development Forum


  1. Sorry, I thought it was an elephant because it kind of looks like one, I'll update the post on SSC. Thanks.

  2. actually it's not a wooly mammoth, but a columbian mammoth. Those are the kind that roamed the west coast and the bones that have been found locally, regionally and at everyone's favorite La Brea Tar Pits.