The Napa Valley Wine Train has carried more than 2.5 million passengers since it began operating in 1989. The train runs from the historic town of Napa to St. Helena and back. It is a lovely 36 mile round-trip and passengers relax in either vintage Pullman or Vista Dome rail cars that have been lavishly restored. Passengers wend their way through Napa, Yountville, Oakville, Rutherford and St. Helena, while viewing many of Napa Valley’s famous wineries through the large picture windows.
Take a self-guided walking tour through a forest of giant majestic Redwoods turned to stone by a local volcano 3.4 million years ago! Take a naturalist led tour or take one on your own as a self-guided tour.
The Napa Valley Vine Trail Coalition is a grass-roots nonprofit with a vision to build a walking/biking trail system to connect the entire Napa Valley… physically, artistically, and culturally.