Enjoy a back-to-nature adventure to remember in the spectacular Napa Valley as you discover some of California's most incredible hiking trails in the company of an expert guide.
Towering redwoods, mountain creeks, striking rock formations, misty forests and petrified trees all combine to create a truly spectacular landscape, away from the wineries and tourist trails. From the Wine Highway, Napa appears to be wall-to-wall vineyards. But from the trails that snake through the hills of the county, you'll be amazed at just how little is actually covered in vines — only about 9 percent!
Explore the climate and topography of this breathtaking region as you choose from a variety of trails suited to all abilities. Whether it's Oat Hill Mine with its valley views or Bothe Park with its majestic redwoods, hiking tours are tailored to all interests and abilities and offer a whole new perspective on the Napa Valley. A delicious picnic lunch is also included on the day.
Choose from trails including Oat Hill Milne (Intermediate trail covering 2-10 miles and showcasing great valley views), Table Rock (Easy 5 mile trail providing beautiful views of Mount Helena), Bothe Park (Napa Valley’s famous State Park, known for its majestic Redwood Trees) Mt St Helena (Offering elevated views across the entire valley, this trail is for experienced hikers only) This experience includes picnic lunch, unlimited bottled water, snacks, support van and the expertise of our local, knowledgeable guides. Transportation to and from the hiking location are not included in the price.
Choose a tour to suit your requirements and abilities. Tours last for up to three hours and included a delicious picnic lunch on the day.
Oat Hill Mine: An intermediate trail starting in Calistoga with some great immediate views of the entire valley. This hike is the closest to town and is great for people who want stunning views without too much elevation gain. 2-10 miles
Table Rock: 5 mile hike with awesome views. This is a mildly strenuous hike along a quiet trail. In spring the wildflowers abound here! Table Rock itself is a huge flat piece of lava rock from which you get a great view of Mount Saint Helena.
Bothe Park: This state park features the only Redwood trees available to the public in the Napa Valley. Hike up to Coyote Peak for a view of the northern part of the Napa Valley and then return through the Redwoods and along Ritchey Creek.
Mt Saint Helena: This peak is the Bay Area’s tallest, at 4,400 feet. Hike 5 miles up to the Robert Louis Stevenson Cabin and quicksilver mines, then continue towards the summit for the best views of all of Wine Country, including the Pacific Ocean, Mt. Shasta, Lake Berryessa, and even the Sierra Mountains. This is for experienced hikers only.