Sonoma Valley's 100 Days of Winter Wellness Guide

Sonoma Valley's 100 Days of Winter Wellness

Nurture yourself in 2024 with Sonoma Valley’s 100 Days of Winter Wellness guide. It’s a perfectly curated array of inspiration and ideas ranging from soothing geothermal baths, calming practices like “Mighty Sage Yoga,” tranquil redwood hikes, e-bike wine tours, starry night ziplining, foodie strolls, and plenty of romance-infused fun. Here’s a sample of a few to get you going!

Bike, Hike, or Trike? (Plus Wine!)

E-bikes ensure a leisurely ride with Sonoma Adventures. Revel in the valley’s beauty, pedaling the quiet countryside with wine tasting stops curated by your guide. You can also rent your wheels and head out independently; Sonoma Adventures and Wine Country Cyclery will set you up with bikes, recommended routes, and maps.

Hike in the valley’s five-star state parks. Jack London State Historic Park and Sugarloaf Ridge State Park are rich with redwoods, waterfalls, early blooms, and huge views of the Mayacamas Mountains. Enjoy peace of mind on a tranquil stroll around Lake Ilsanjo at Annadel State Park. Active Wine Adventures offers private guided hikes, with a glass of wine or craft beer afterwards.

And don’t forget how much fun it can be having a third wheel along for the ride! Check out PushPak Motor’s Trike and Hike Sonoma Tour. It combines three of life’s best things: wine, cheese, and hiking.

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What's Your Love Language?

Whether it’s sharing a great meal, listening to live music, stargazing, or ziplining through a forest at sunset, Sonoma Valley has many ways to rev up romance!

Venture out to Sugarloaf Ridge State Park for some dark-sky stargazing at Robert Ferguson Observatory. For those seeking amour thrilling date night, Sonoma Zipline Adventures gets your heart racing on sunset and evening zipline adventures.

Food is the only way to your heart? Food it is—with a side dish of art and culture. Gourmet Food & Wine Tours leads a stroll around Sonoma’s charming historic plaza, stopping to taste the flavors from local restaurants and pairing it with biodynamic wines.

Delight in the Portuguese tapas at Tasca, Tasca, then take in a candlelit concert or a movie at Sonoma Plaza’s historic Sebastiani Theater. Later, enjoy live music where the mocktails rival the cocktails. Starling Bar’s talented mixologists create all kinds of surprising, fun, and creative beverages. Check out these Best Ways to Spend Date Night in Sonoma Valley.

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Mindful Moments

How about some poolside flow yoga followed by bubbles and a farm-to-table brunch? (We thought so!). Flatbed Farms Spring Yoga and Brunch knows how to enhance the mind-body connection—and nourish your spirit, too.

Stretch your mind and body at Songbird Parlour in the quiet hamlet of Glen Ellen. Their Mighty Sage Yoga combines traditional poses with an emphasis on breath work to relax, slow down, and find balance. (They also offer Full Moon and Candlelight Restorative Yoga.)

Find your Zen on a mountaintop. Sonoma Mountain Zen Center helps you learn to just sit, literally. Even better, this sitting happens at the top of Sonoma Mountain, surrounded by redwoods, ancient oaks, and the ethereal Valley of the Moon.

Just want a warm bath brought to you by the bounties of nature? Set your sights on the thermal baths at Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn. Then soak yourself in the warmth of the waters here and savor the moment: These are among the last remaining thermal waters in the Valley since the 1906 earthquake.

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