The Crystal Springs Regional Trail is a planned 17.5-mile trail that, when finished, will extend from San Bruno to Woodside. 15.3 miles of the trail are now complete. It provides an alternative recreational route to the 1,210-mile Juan Bautista DeAnza National Historic Trail. The trail serves over 325,000 visitors annually. People of all ages can be seen on a given day, from parents with children in strollers to distance runners. Uses for the trail include walking, running, skating/rollerblading, bicycling and horseback riding. No dogs or other pets are allowed on the trail. The trail is divided into three segments (north to south): 1. The San Andreas segment extends from Cambridge Lane on the north to Hillcrest Blvd. on the south where it connects to the Sawyer Camp segment; 2. The historic Sawyer Camp segment extends from Hillcrest Blvd. on the north to Crystal Springs Road on the south, and is probably the best known length of trail in San Mateo County; 3. The Crystal Springs segment currently starts at Highway 92 on the north and runs along the westerly right-of-way of Cañada Road.