Hiking in California

California

Highlights
  • Follow rolling coastal trails along spectacular shoreline, rugged cliffs, and turquoise waters
  • Discover the iconic landscape of Yosemite National Park and explore the Sierra Nevada's 
  • Experience the beauty of Lake Tahoe, the largest lake in the Sierras
  • Explore the coastal city of Santa Cruz before spotting seals, otters, whales in Monterey Bay
  • Stroll across the iconic Golden Gate Bridge & immerse yourself in the history of the Barbary Coast
  • Sample a variety of wines from world-renowned Napa Valley and Sonoma Valley

From the vibrant cities of San Francisco and Santa Cruz to the rugged mountains of the Sierra Nevada's, from the sandy beaches to redwood forests the Golden State really does have a diverse range of landscapes ready for your next trip hiking in California.

Hike the California Coast for the ultimate coastal escape with a laid-back vibe and stunning rugged scenery, or enjoy the tranquility as you walk through coastal redwood and oak forests before sampling some wines on our Napa Valley Wine and Walking tour.

Since 2003, Macs Adventure have been helping hikers explore the world around them. Our active experiences give you the freedom to explore at your own pace and the knowledge that our team has the expertise to custom-make this trip to perfectly suit you.

All Photos (9)
Featured

Why Macs

Reasons to believe in Macs Adventure:
The Biggest Choice

The Biggest Choice

Self-guided hiking & biking is all we do - we have over 500 tried & tested trips.
Our Heritage

Around Since 2003

We’re still founder led & the world’s number one self-guided operator with mountains of experience.
Reviews

21,000+ Customer Reviews

Plus, with a Feefo Platinum Service Award & British Travel Awards, you know you're in good hands.
Positive Impact

Positive Impact

We use independent suppliers to support communities along our routes, as well as work with organizations to help maintain & restore paths.
Currency:
$ - USD - US Dollar
Country/Region name:
USAUSA