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<br>HIKING, BIKING & KAYAKING
Mendocino Kayaking

HIKING, BIKING & KAYAKING
Outdoor lovers that enjoy unbeaten paths will love all of the choices of where to hike, ride bikes or paddle in the sea or rivers. Bring your own or rent a bicycle or kayak - highly trained instructors offer fun adventures from beginner to advanced.

Mendocino Hikes, Bikes & Kayak Rentals

Click for more information on BIKE RENTALS ~ Stanford Inn. BIKE RENTALS ~ Stanford Inn
Catch a Canoe & Bicycles Too! rents well maintained high quality mountain bikes, plus easy and upright Cannondale comfort bikes. Single track through the redwoods available too!
Click for more information on Big River Adventure. Big River Adventure
Experience California's newest State Park aboard the unique Solar Wind Outrigger. A combination of sail, paddle, and solar electric power are used to easily navigate undeveloped Big River Estuary in Mendocino. Harbor Seals, River Otters, and a variety of birds are often seen during the guided 2.5 hour adventure.
Click for more information on Sub-Surface Progression Kayak Rentals. Sub-Surface Progression Kayak Rentals
Everything you'll need to GO KAYAKING!!
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Click for more information on Mendocino Bike Sprite. Mendocino Bike Sprite
Local mountain bike guides that offer tours into Mendocino's coastal redwood forests, from Fort Bragg & Caspar to Mendocino & Little River on their favorite trails and hidden gems, appropriate to your skill/adventure level.
Click for more information on California Coastal Trail - Hiking. California Coastal Trail - Hiking
The Mendocino Coastal Trail snakes along 130 gorgeous miles of spectacular coastal view trails - through State Parks and picturesque Victorian Villages.
Click for more information on Llama Treks ~ Go Hiking w/Llamas. Llama Treks ~ Go Hiking w/Llamas
Led by experienced guides, their llamas carry anything you'll need to bring along, such as cameras, art supplies, even a gourmet lunch at an easy pace. Treks can be tailored to your desires, from napping on the beach to spending hours painting a waterfall.
Click for more information on Mendo Insider Tours. Mendo Insider Tours
A private tour is a great excuse for a day out with friends! Ideal for weddings, work parties, social groups, girl's night out, family celebrations or just a group of friends wanting a fun day. Mendo Insider will custom design a private tour that will fulfill the different interests you choose.
Click for more information on Russian Gulch State Parks. Russian Gulch State Parks
Perfect for exploring and hiking, this park features 1,162 acres with 7,630 feet of ocean frontage, with rugged headlands, beaches, tide pools and the Devil's Punch Bowl sea cave on one side and on the other side you'll find the heavily forested Russian Gulch Creek Canyon and the 36-foot high waterfall.
Click for more information on Mendocino Weather. Mendocino Weather
WHAT'S MENDOCINO WEATHER LIKE? You've booked the perfect place to stay, reserved the best restaurants and now your wondering:
WHAT SHOULD I PACK?
Here's some suggestions regarding weather.
Click for more information on Old Haul Road on Ten Mile Trail. Old Haul Road on Ten Mile Trail
Easy trail - Flat and paved most of the way! Excellent for biking, strolling and exercising. The Old Haul Road runs along the beach. A small section was washed out during a severe storm, but able bodied sorts can travel along the sand until the road picks up again.
Click for more information on MacKerricher State Parks. MacKerricher State Parks
Popular with hikers, joggers, equestrians and bicyclists. This park is best known for all the seals that live in this beautiful and varied habitat of sandy beaches, ocean bluffs, sand dunes and tide pools to forests and wetlands.
Click for more information on Point Cabrillo Lighthouse. Point Cabrillo Lighthouse
Join our knowledgeable docents for a leisurely stroll through the meadows and along the windswept bluffs of the 300 acre Point Cabrillo Preserve. You'll learn a little coastal ecology and some Mendocino history including the story of the Frolic, the 1850 shipwreck that changed the north coast forever.
Click for more information on Jackson State Forest Trails. Jackson State Forest Trails
Eleven incredible trails to choose from with all levels of difficulty. You'll discover old growth redwood groves and waterfalls. Mountain biking trails, remote campsites and much more!
Click for more information on Cow Mountain Recreational Areas. Cow Mountain Recreational Areas
Located in the Mayacmas Mountains between Ukiah and Lakeport. South Cow Mountain offers 23,000 acres and 200 miles of vehicle roads and trails for off-highway vehicles, also horseback riding, camping, mountain biking, hiking. The adjacent North Cow Mountain Recreation Area, with 27,000 acres, offers many opportunities for non-motorized recreational activities.
Click for more information on Pomo Bluffs in Fort Bragg. Pomo Bluffs in Fort Bragg
In Fort Bragg, this relatively new city park (opened April 22, 2006) on the ocean bluffs overlooking the Noyo Harbor entrance and the Pacific Ocean. There is a paved walkway that's suitable for wheelchairs or strollers and there are benches along the way.
Click for more information on Hiker\'s Guide to the Mendocino Coast. Hiker's Guide to the Mendocino Coast
All the public hiking trails on and near the coast between Gualala and Whale Gulch. Includes all the state parks: Russian Gulch, VanDamme, MacKerricher, Jughandle, Navarro River Redwoods, Hendy Woods, Montgomery Woods, Manchester, and more!

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