Our Wine Country Treks are located in the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area, which includes the Napa and Sonoma Wine Country appellations. Each trek destination, whether it be a quaint town or majestic National Park, offers something unique. Following are some of the places and sights to see. You can also compare treks, to see which destinations fit your vacation travel plans.
San Francisco is a fascinating metropolis. From the famous icon of the Golden Gate Bridge to the Pacific Ocean and the nearby California Wine Country, it has unique natural beauty. The city takes pride in its cultural diversity, reflected in its world class restaurants and ethnic neighborhoods.
It is in the beautiful Sonoma and Napa Valleys that the California wine industry was born and where winemakers today produce outstanding wines that compete with the best the world has to offer.
“This is the best tree-lovers monument that could possibly be found in all the forests of the world,” declared conservationist John Muir when describing the majestic coast redwoods of Muir Woods.
Sausalito is a charming waterfront community that lies across the Golden Gate Bridge from San Francisco. Because of its Mediterranean flair and breathtaking views, it is often compared to the French Riviera.
From its thunderous ocean breakers crashing against rocky headlands and expansive sand beaches through its open grasslands to its brushy hillsides and forested ridges, visitors can discover over 1000 species of plants and animals.
Jack London State Historic Park is a memorial to writer and adventurer Jack London, who made his home at the site from 1905 until his death in 1916. The park was once part of the famous writer’s Beauty Ranch.
Bodega Bay is a charming fishing village with whale-watching, Dungeness crab and salmon fishing and a world-class golf course for visitors to enjoy.
Armstrong Woods is home to some of the oldest coast redwoods in the world, thanks to actions taken by James Armstrong in the 1870’s.