Off of Route 29, Calistoga offers visitors great walking, hiking and biking along historic trails, as well as bicycling loops for casual rides, or longer ones for those who like a challenge!


The county seat of a historic valley, the City of Napa offers walking opportunities through the tree-lined streets surrounding its downtown as well as commercial walking tours, and bike routes that run up-valley along Route 29 and Silverado Trail.

St Helena

With a bike loop from the city along the Silverado Trail and hiking options at historic Bale Grist Mill State Park, St Helena offers outdoor activities for the causal and the adventurous.


Yountville is a quiet community surrounded by natural beauty.  It is an ideal location for casual biking and walking, with dedicated trails as well as commercial bike tours of wineries. For the more adventurous, long-distance routes are readily available.

Getting Up and Down Valley

Visitors to Napa Valley who wish to head up-valley can take the #10 Vine Bus

Buses run up and down valley every hour on weekdays and every 90 minutes on weekends.  Hours of operation vary so check the bus schedule or go to VINE Transit and follow the “Where’s My Bus?” link.

To go up-valley visitors can access buses at the Napa Transit Center located at 625 Burnell Street.  Once in Yountville, St. Helena or Calistoga, local shuttles help you get around.

If your itinerary includes a trip to San Francisco take VINE Route 11 to the Vallejo Ferry Terminal where you can board a Baylink Ferry to San Francisco.

Other Connections

The Napa Valley Wine Train now offers a connection to the Bay Area with BART Connection shuttle bus. The Napa Valley Wine Train Shuttle Bus will be at the North Concord/ Martinez Station at 9:00-9:15 AM and 5:00-5:15 PM to transport guests to the Wine Train Station.  Advance reservations are required.

Nature and Outdoors

Napa Valley is rich in both agricultural and natural beauty.  For information on local and state parks and hiking trails visit our Walking & Hiking page.