Even though there is a handicap logo sign at the beginning of the trail, I wouldn’t say that this trail meets the ADA guidelines, mainly due to the angle of the trail’s slope. For wheelchairs, it’s a very short trail and about 3/4 of it is uphill. The trail is wide and rocky at some parts. The trail finally levels out and you’ll have a panoramic view of the back of the reservoir.
The only thing, in my opinion, that makes this trail worth hiking, is the beauty of the trail itself. Most of the trail is shaded by a canopy of trees. To the right of the trail and below, there is a creek. Fall and Spring would be the best time to visit.
After taking a hike on this trail, you can take a very short drive to the Stevens Creek Reservoir. It has two handicap parking spots and the back of the reservoir has a wide trail, giving you a beautiful view of the reservoir and the hills above it. See my video of the Stevens Creek Reservoir - 2012, April