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Biking: Paso Robles - Full Day

Trip at a Glance

  • Locations

    San Miguel, California, United States

  • Activities

    Lifestyle, Wine Tour

  • Price
    $169 USD per person
  • Duration

    6 - 8 hours.

  • Avg Distance

    22 miles with options to add from 3 to over 20 miles. Moderately Easy. Mostly relatively level terrain with some hills. Longer options are hillier.

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    10:00 AM

  • Starting Location

    Mission San Miguel, San Miguel, CA. Complimentary Pick-Up: Los Osos, Morro Bay, Cayucos, SLO, Atascadero, Paso Robles. Please call if interested in pick-up fees for other locations.

  • Price Includes

    Bicycle, guide with support vehicle, printed directions, snacks, water, gourmet picnic lunch and complimentary tasting at one winery. All biking tours are guaranteed private exclusive tours. We are yours for the day!

  • Notes

    All our biking tours are private tours! Minimum booking size is two people.

Highlights

  • Visit friendly wineries that boast award winning red wines.
  • Bike down the quiet country roads and enjoy the peaceful scenery.
  • Stop for lunch at J. Lohr

Trip Info

Just northeast of Paso Robles lies a biking and wine tasting region that features quiet country roads and plenty of small, friendly wineries that boast award winning red wines. Our full day California guided bicycle trip of Paso Robles starts at the historic Mission San Miguel before winding down a peaceful road by the Salinas River.

Later in the morning we bike up a short hill into the heart of the Paso Robles winery region and cycle by San Antonio and Le Vigne wineries before stopping for a gourmet picnic lunch at J. Lohr. In the afternoon, we zigzag on our bikes along picturesque roads back to the mission and there are ample opportunities to extend the mileage by bicycling even further east of Paso Robles into canyon and ranch country.

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