We worked a trail hike into one of the mornings of our winery tour weekend. The trail head that we parked at is a 15 minute drive north on CA29 from the point where Lincoln Ave, Lake St, and Silverado Trail come together on the eastern edge of Calistoga. The parking is minimal but decent. We chose a trail which... 更多
If you have read Silverado Squatters by Robert Louis Stevenson, then its worth the visit to where he squatted on his honeymoon whilst he was in Calistoga in the Napa Valley area. A commerative plaque marks the spot of the cabin he lived in with Fanny Stevenson nee Osbourne and his stepson. The spot is just off the trailhead up... 更多
Driving into the Napa Valley from the north you will go through this park. It is a windy drive but it is quite beautiful and there are many places to stop and take a beautiful nature walk.
Good trails: fairly strenuous and can be a little slippery at times, so be cautious. Wear the appropriate shoes, bring plenty of water and be prepared to be out there for a while. The entrance was hard to find; look for a bunch of cars parked on the side of the road! That's how we found the trailhead.
Table rock is South of RLS park. There is some decent parking along the side of the road and the trailhead starts out of the parking area. This is a fairly strenuous hike with some relatively steep parts over rocks. But the view of the valley is tremendous and worth the effort. Not for the under 6 crowd unless they... 更多
Took the trail up to Table Rock, it is about 2.2 miles each way, not for the faint at heart, good up and downhill, some rocky/slippery areas but a gorgeous view when you get to table rock. We went new years day - i think I'd be miserable in the summer up here. It was brisk and clear and there... 更多
Lots of fun for a hike. Not too difficult but certainly not easy. Out of area hikers need to be prepared. Go early as the hike gets hot - have a good supply of water. Very varied terrain so you'll need to be prepared. Enjoy...
I thought it was one the the most fun. It had rocks to climb, woods to go through, and creeks to cross. I loved it. The only difference with the other hikes, was there was no view at the top.