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Join us as hike around the beautiful Sonoma Valley - most hikes are beginner friendly and on regularly maintained trails.  We can often incorporate a champagne toast or light lunch into the experience, or end the hike with a well deserved wine tasting/tour. 

  • Sonoma Historical Tour (Walking)  Distance 2 miles total  Starting at General Vallejo's family home Lacyrma Montis and continuing on flat walking path with visits to the historic & picturesque Plaza's favorite spots. Including but not limited to: Vallejo Home, Vella Cheese Factory,  Mission San Francisco Solano, Sonoma Barracks & Casa Grande Servant's Quarters, Toscano Hotel & Blue Wing Inn, Sonoma's historic Eastside homes, Sebastiani Winery (exterior only).  Open to all ages.

  • Sonoma Overlook Trail with possible addition of Montini Trail if longer hike desired.  (Hiking)  2.5-4.0 miles Elevation Gain: 500 ft  The Overlook Trail is a steady incline on slightly rocky terrain to a lookout point overlooking the quaint town of Sonoma and on clear days views to San Francisco some 60 miles south.  From the historic sign at the top of the Upper Loop you can look out over the Valley to the towns of Schellville, Wingo and Sears Point and see where the old rail,sail & steamship routes took quarry block and agricultural produce down to San Pablo Bay & San Francisco proper.  When incorporating the Montini Trail additional vista views of the west side of Sonoma are offered as well as the pastoral sighting of herds of black & white Jersey cows from the Montini Ranch.

  • Jack London State Park (Hiking)  1.5-8.0 miles (hiking)  Guided hikes with copious information about Jack London, author of Call of the Wild and White Fang, who established a sustainable working ranch on over 1400 acres above the picturesque village of Glen Ellen.  With more than 20 miles of hiking trails, many locations can be visited including the London cottage, Beauty Ranch with redwoods, small lake and vista views, Wolf House and Grave Site.  Picnic areas throughout if a lunch is desired.

  • Bartholomew Park (hiking) Currently closed due to fire restoration.  Description available if desired.

  • Sonoma Regional Park (walking/hiking) 2.0-4.0 miles  Home to a variety of Northern California flora & fauna including several species of Oaks, Madrones, Manzanitas & numerous varieties of wildflowers in the Spring, this can be a flat walk on a paved surface or a trail hike with hills and vista views overlooking a large reservoir and views of the two mountain ranges framing the Sonoma Valley of the Moon (Sonoma Mountain Range & Mayacamas Range).  All ages and dogs on lease allowed.

  • Quarryhill Botanical Garden (Walking/Hiking) 1.5-2.5 miles  Once part of the summer residence of San Francisco resident Jane Davenport Jansen, 22 of the total 66 acres are planted from seeds brought from Asian countries such as Japan, Vietnam & China.  A unique Asian garden, many of the trees/plants/flowers viewed here are endangered in their native lands.  Your guide will point out and elaborate on the variety of species and important work being done here to ensure the survival of these varietals.  Open to all ages.

  • Anadell Trione State Park (4 to 10 miles).  With nearly 10 miles of trails, Spring Lake is one of Sonoma County's most popular walking and hiking destinations. The paved Spring Lake Loop is an easy circuit around the lake. The main trail is a 2.3-mile paved loop around the lake with views of forested hillsides. The trail is wide, with plenty of room for side-by-side walking.. The elevation is mostly flat, with a brief incline to the main dam. Unpaved trails such as Fisherman’s Trail and the Horse Loop intertwine with the paved trail and offer less-traveled routes around the lake. 

Groups Size: 4 to 100+

Price varies: $49 to $119 per person.

Time Frame: 2 to 6 Hours

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