Taste, Paddle, and Pedal Sonoma Tour

Spend the day relaxing Getaway style; one mile at a time. Start your day with a bike tour through the beautiful Green Valley area, stopping to visit boutique wineries on the way. Our experienced guides lead you to the lesser known wineries where you can sample the best wines of the region. At the second winery our guides will prepare you our signature wine country picnic lunch, composed of delicious local foods from artisan cheeses to fresh baked bread. After lunch we set out on a leisurely kayak tour of the Russian River. Enjoy a relaxing afternoon of paddling, swimming, and soaking in the natural beauty of the river. Be prepared to get wet and have fun!

Experience Highlights

Experience
Bike

Experience

There is no better way to experience natural beauty than from the seat of a bike. The light touch of the sun and the breeze can bring a smile to the most surly of faces.
Bike. Wine. Enjoy.
Taste
Picnic Lunch

Taste

Indulge in the flavors of delicious local foods. Hand picked by our guides and unique every time, the wonderful spread of specialty cheeses, salads, fruit, bread and deli items is sure to entice.
"Absolutely Delicious."
Explore
Russian River

Explore

Paddle through the most beautiful stretch of the Russian River and learn about local flora and fauna from our knowledgeable guides. Enjoy the best swimming spots, perfect for cooling off on a hot day.

At a Glance

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Available every day starting at 10:00 am
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10 am - 3:30 pm
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Takes place in Green Valley, Russian River area, CA
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Meet host at Ragle Park in Sebastopol
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Guide gratuity and tasting fees not included. Tasting fees not included in the price. Some wineries do not charge tasting fees, others waive the fee if you purchase a bottle of wine. Tasting fees typically range from $10-$25 per person per winery.
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Comfortable activewear and closed-toed shoes, quick-dry wicking clothing recommended for kayaking portion
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Beautiful, but sometimes rains late fall to early spring.
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Guide gratuity and tasting fees not included

Tips

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It can be cool in the mornings, bring a light jacket during spring and fall.
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Don't forget to bring your camera!
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Food allergies or aversions? Let us know! We craft your lunch to be exactly what you desire.

Tips

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Leave the worries of the hustle and bustle of real life behind, remember to relax and have fun!
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Remember to wear sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat. It gets hot and sunny, especially during summer.

Your Host:
Getaway Adventures / Wine Country Bike Tours

Getaway Adventures / Wine Country Bike Tours
Randy Johnson started Getaway Adventures almost by accident in 1991. His passion for the outdoors, cycling, and small wineries grew into a tour business that has now become one of the premier outdoor adventure tour companies in Napa and Sonoma counties. In addition to the signature cycling tours, Getaway Adventures also offers kayak, hike, and van tours to wineries and breweries around the North Bay.
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Call Us: (707) 260-0736
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Reviews (2)

Amazing adventure. Our guide was fantastic. She made the trip so enjoyable. I loved the kayaking. I had never kayaked prior to this trip. It was the perfect ending to a perfect vacation.

We had such a good time on the peddle paddle activity. It was fun to ride bikes and stop to do wine tasting. The wineries we stopped at were smaller ones. One was reasonable priced and the other was more expensive. The bike ride was mostly on flat bike paths except for one small hill but I enjoyed it and I’m not a fitness buff. After our bike ride we stopped for a picnic. The food was very good (salads, deli nests and cheeses, fresh breads, fruits) and there was plenty of it. After lunch we rode to another winery and then went kayaking for about 5 miles. It was a great day. We did the Sonoma county tour but the Napa one would have been great too.