Year-round Action Abounds In Tuolumne County

Hiking at Wapama Falls in Hetch Hetchy

Stretched out along the road to Yosemite National Park, Tuolumne County offers a gold mine of outdoor activities year-round. Whether you're looking for skiing or snowshoeing in the winter, boating and hiking in the summer, or hiking and camping in between, the Tuolumne region has your outdoor adventure needs covered.


Best Areas to Stay In Napa Valley

Napa Valley has a wide range of accommodations, from bed & breakfasts to luxurious resorts. Find the place that fits your interests and relish the pleasures of wine country.

Outdoor Fun in Sonoma County’s Russian River and Redwoods Area

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Floating on the Russian River

Just an hour north of San Francisco, discover the natural wonders of Sonoma County, where travelers have enjoyed outdoor adventures for more than a century. It’s an outdoor paradise, perfect for hiking, biking, kayaking, canoeing, swimming, fishing, camping, horseback riding, and even zipping through the treetops.



If you are looking to enjoy the holidays without having to shovel snow then winter in Monterey is the season for you! It's always a great time to experience the bounty Monterey has to offer but the winter months bring some of our best weather without the crowds. From whales and sea otters in the Pacific to the hiking trails in the Salinas Valley, there are plenty of activities to do that don't include having to pack your ski jacket!


Exploring San Francisco by Bike

Bicycling in Crissy Field

Covering over seven by seven miles, San Francisco offers more than 150 bike trails and paths that make it a haven for bicycling enthusiasts, and perfect for new or experienced riders to find a route best for their exploring. The city's legendary hills and multiple dedicated lanes support the biking culture and complement the diverse cycling experience, taking one from the colder and windier outskirts to the warmer and calmer interior of downtown.



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