Mount Tamalpais: A refuge, "the city's window on the wilderness"
We love this recent San Francisco Chronicle article about one of our favorite places, Mount Tamalpais. https://www.sfchronicle.com/bayarea/nativeson/article/Mount-Tamalpais-A-refuge-the-city-s-window-13799563.php?t=7b4f09541f
Sonoma Walking Vacations
We love this write-up about our Sonoma walking vacations in the Santa Rosa Press Democrat! https://www.pressdemocrat.com/lifestyle/8689257-181/walk-through-wine-country-new?artslide=8&sba=AAS
Post-Fire Wine Country Myths
While the devastating fires in October 2017 did greatly affect hundreds of acres throughout Wine Country, most wineries, lodgings, and trails were not affected. We have developed beautiful alternate routes for the few trails that were affected. Check out this informative video debunking some of the most common post-fire myths!
Three Wine Country Trekking destinations named "charming"
US News has named eleven charming small towns in California, and three of them are Wine Country Trekking destinations: Sausalito, Sonoma, and St. Helena!
Owner's Birthday Trek
Mary and Greg, two of the three owners of Wine Country Trekking are taking our San Francisco to the Wine Country Trek to celebrate the company’s 10th anniversary and Greg’s birthday! They started Sunday with a Giants game in San Francisco, where they picked up a Willie Mays bobblehead who is accompanying them on the
Vincent Arroyo Winery recognized by Travel and Leisure
One of our favorite wineries on our Napa Valley Wine Tasting Trek, Vincent Arroyo, has just been recognized by Travel and Leisure as the No. 1 vineyard in Napa! They are a small family winery that loves barrel tasting with our trekkers! http://napavalleyregister.com/calistogan/business/vincent-arroyo-winery-is-cutting-edge-and-old-school-at/article_d70bc100-3069-52cd-9b2a-4da3047d7a6a.html
We are happy to report that the winter rains are already starting to heal the scars of the terrible October fires. This is the same trail as in the post below, and, as you can see, is recovering beautifully. There are still a few trails with more extensive damage, but the majority of the trails