October 31, 2017 / Comments (0)

Redding, California

Redding California – Where Fun Meets Adventure

There’s something about a scenic trail that invigorates and revives your soul.

Discover canopied corridors and riverbank paths in Redding, California, where 225+ miles of trails within a 15-mile radius are asking to be explored.

Whether you hike, bike, walk, run or ride, Redding offers a trail for everyone. Journey from Shasta Dam to the world-famous Sundial Bridge – the hub of the nationally acclaimed Sacramento River National Recreation Trail. Or, pack some dirt in your mountain bike tires at the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area. If you’re craving more, trek to any of the nearby 50 waterfalls that reach up to 220 feet in height. The picturesque river views, rolling foothills, sweeping valley vistas and lush vegetation along the well-maintained trails are inspiring.

With Redding boasting 300 days of sunshine per year as the sunniest city in California, there’s always a great chance to get out and embark on a trail for the first time, or stick to a favorite. The opportunities for adventure are vast, even the San Francisco Chronicle took note by labeling Redding’s extensive paths as the “gem of the U.S. trail system.”

For the more daring enthusiasts, another 250+ miles of trails are waiting to be conquered with your off-highway vehicles in the Chappie-Shasta OHV Area, navigating through BLM land and the Shasta-Trinity National Forest. Shred the wide jeep trails in any vehicle or find the smaller tracks for ATVs and dirt bikes. The terrain takes you through dozens of creek crossings and steep hill climbs, and includes a large staging area on the river with new facilities. To top it off, stunning scenic views of Shasta Dam, Shasta Lake, Mt. Shasta, the Sacramento River and the Trinity Alps accompany your entire ride.

The outdoor paradise you were searching for is in Redding – where fun meets adventure.


Last modified: October 31, 2017

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