This hike is a 9.4-mile, one-way shuttle. The hike climbs from Sonoma Valley, up to the Hood Mountain summit, and down into Adobe Canyon. Hood Mountain, located on the southern end of the Mayacamas Range, is the highest peak along the Sonoma-Napa county line. Along the hike are expansive views of Sonoma Valley and the coastal mountains. The diverse route winds through canyons; climbs over ridgetops; and passes through open grasslands, mixed woodlands, Sargent cypress, and a pygmy forest of Mendocino cypress.
Saint Helena, CA - Hiking - Trail Length: 9.4