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Hidden Hikes in Wine Country

What’s better than wine country hikes in autumn? Wine country hikes that aren’t as well known! From a new regional park south of Petaluma, to a tiny hidden gem in Napa, and a hike with the ghosts of Sonoma, here are three ways to fill your fall days (and your wine glass!).

Week 10.17.2019
Regions Northern CA

Make Time for Tolay

Hike Tolay Lake Regional Park near Petaluma

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Hidden in the hills south of Petaluma, Tolay Lake Regional Park is 3,400 acres of wide-open space, with a fantastic network of hiking and biking trails.
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Tiny Hike, Mighty View

Hidden Timberhill Park in Napa

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Nestled in Napa's beautiful Browns Valley neighborhood, Timberhill Park is a hidden gem with a fantastic hike and equally fantastic views.
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Stranger Things, Sonoma

Thrills and Chills on the Sonoma Haunted Walking Tour

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Explore the historic plaza of Sonoma on a Haunted Walking Tour and hear stories of those who ghost there!
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Sonomas 5 Fall Wonders

Sonoma Valleys 5 Best Hikes in Fall

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Fall in Sonoma Valley brings a bounty of beauty, including leaf peeping and harvest festivities. Here are some top ideas for spending a few days and nights here.
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