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Hike Like a Local

For a short ‘n’ sweet hike, take to the trails at Napa’s smaller local parks. Alston Park in northwest Napa has three miles of trails bordered by vineyards. In Browns Valley, Westwood Hills Park has three miles of trails through heavily wooded tree groves and

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Catch a Different Kind of Buzz

It’s virtually guaranteed that after your first long day of wine tasting, come 4 o’clock or so, you’ll be looking for an afternoon pick-me-up. Thankfully, there are plenty of great places to get a decent jolt of caffeine throughout the valley. And a bag of

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Bottlerock ‘n’ Roll

Think Coachella… with wine. Held annually over the Memorial Day Weekend, the 3-day Bottlerock music festival features more than 80 bands playing on four music stages at an expansive venue. Concertgoers enjoy access to gourmet food from the Napa Valley’s finest chefs and restaurateurs and

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Get Down ‘n’ Dirty

No visit to Calistoga is complete without a traditional mud bath. The volcanic mud spa treatments and natural mineral pool soaks are a time-honored tradition, offered here since the 1860s. Often coupled with massage, traditional mud baths are touted for detoxifying the body, relieving joint

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Brunch So Hard

After a long weekend of wine tasting, you’ll want to reserve your last morning in Napa for sleeping in and making plans to fortify yourself for the journey home with an epic brunch. A wide array of options has you covered from avocado toast to

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Forage for Fine Chocolates

While only a handful of local wineries offer a composed chocolate & wine tasting experience (see Rutherford Ranch, Robert Mondavi Winery and Hess Collection for options), there’s no shortage of of artisan purveyors of fine chocolates in Napa Valley. Innovative truffle flavors such as Espellette

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Run (or Spectate) a Marathon

Named one of the “Top 10 Marathons Worth Traveling for” by Forbes Magazine, the Napa Valley Marathon features a point-to-point course along the scenic Silverado Trail. A certified Boston-qualifier, the event also boasts a fairly small field (limited to 2,300 runners), which lends more of

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Explore Yountville on Foot

The main thrust of Yountville’s Washington Street stretches about one mile and is chock-full of top-rated restaurants, boutique shopping, wine tasting rooms and more than a dozen art sculptures to discover along the way. Veteran’s Memorial Park at the south end of town and Yountville

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Celebrate Film, Food & Wine

Film buffs descend on wine country each November to attend the Napa Valley Film Festival: a convergence of film, food, and wine. More than 120 new independent films and studio sneak previews are presented in more than a dozen venues throughout the picturesque towns of

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Take a Tour De Carbs

Whether your taste for baked confections trends toward the sweet or the savory, Napa Valley is home to a wide array of artisan bakeries that will tantalize your tastebuds. These are the places to discover your new favorite morning pastry or grab a still-warm baguette

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