The Napa Valley Vine Trail is a work in progress to connect Calistoga to the Vallejo ferry terminal, a distance of 44 miles. The trail will roughly parallel State Route 29, a popular wine route and the valley's main transportation corridor. The trail will allow visitors and locals the chance to slow down, to hop on a bike, walk or jog through the wine growing region.
The first section of the Napa Valley Vine Trail was opened in late 2010. Locally called the "Yountville Mile," this section of trail is actually just under 1 mile and links California Drive to Madison Street. Though short, the trail offers scenic views of the Napa Valley hills. In a wonderful spirit of community, many area residents came together to complete this section of trail.
Visit the Napa segment
of the Napa Valley Vine Trail.
Access the Yountville Mile section of the Napa Valley Vine Trail at California Drive or Madison Street, on the west side of State Route 29 in downtown Yountville.