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Discover Di Rosa Preserve

Tucked amid the vineyards, the Di Rosa Preserve is home to a jaw-dropping collection of more than 2000 pieces of modern and contemporary art works in spaces both indoors and out. A 1/3-mile trail winds through a Sculpture Meadow with large-scale installations. At every turn,

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Cruise Calistoga’s Main Drag

Visitors appreciate Calistoga for its distinctly laid-back, bohemian vibe. While the natural mineral springs and volcanic mud bath treatments are a primary draw to this historic town, you should definitely plan some time after your spa treatment to take a stroll along Lincoln Ave. to

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Try Your Hand at Fly Fishing

Many people are surprised to learn there is great yearround fly fishing in and around Napa. Local outfitters host excursions on Putah Creek where you can fish for a variety of rainbow and steelhead trout as well as striper, smallmouth and largemouth bass. Experienced guides

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Toast the Sunset

When it comes to restaurants with breathtaking views in the Napa Valley, Auberge Du Soleil cannot be topped. And you don’t even have to dine at the fine-dining Restaurant at Auberge to partake of this extraordinary vista. The more casual Bar & Bistro adjacent to

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Summit Napa’s Highest Peak

Set your sights on the summit of Mt. St. Helena, Napa Valley’s tallest peak at 4,342 feet. Thankfully, nearly half of the climbing is be done by car as the trail head at Robert Louis Stevenson State Park is midway up the mountain. The 5-mile,

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Tour Our Farmers’ Markets

Farm-to-table dining enthusiasts can take a step closer to the farm by visiting our local farmers markets. Meet the farmers, bakers and artisan vendors who produce the highest quality produce and food products here in the Napa Valley. It’s a great way to stray off

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Experience Holiday Magic

Napa Valley is a magical place to visit during the holiday season. Yountville’s Festival of Lights, held annually the day after Thanksgiving, features gourmet food and wine tastings, Yuletide carolers, horse-drawn carriage rides, and photos with Santa all leading up to the dramatic tree and

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Go Cow Spotting

Just outside the posh and polished town of Yountville, you’ll come upon a handsome herd of local residents who couldn’t care less about the fine wines and dining just down the road. This band of Texas Longhorns usually hangs out along Yount Mill Road about

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Follow the Footsteps of Miners

At the northern end of Napa Valley, Calistoga’s Oat Hill Mine Trail follows 8.3 miles of an old stage couch route that originally served as a transportation route for mercury and cinnabar miners. Today, hikers, mountain bikers and equestrians can enjoy sweeping views of Napa

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