January always brings renewal and refreshment. There are many ways to take on these tasks and work on the practice of wellness while visiting Paso Robles and we have listed a few below to help inspire your winter trip.
Enjoy a Day of Wellness in Wine Country
Join Halter Ranch Vineyard at their Day of Wine & Wellness event on January 18th.
A perfect day of health, wellness, yoga and hiking combined with healthy gourmet cuisine and wine, what better way to start the New Year? The Halter Ranch Day of Wine & Wellness is the ultimate experience to recharge and rejuvenate. Bring your yoga mat and hiking boots!
Embark on an Art Walk Through Sensorio
We are excited to announce that the Bruce Munro: Field of Light at Sensorio art installation has been extended through June 30th, 2020. Powered by solar, the stunning fifteen acre exhibition will captivate visitors, inviting them to engage with the landscape and environment through an ethereal light-based and sculptural experience.
This is the perfect place to take a relaxing evening walk after a day of wine tasting while enjoying the outdoors and scenic views under the evening sky.
Take a Dip in Paso’s Natural Hot Springs
Paso’s natural hot springs are what put us on the map before there were grapes in the ground. Spend a relaxing day at River Oaks Hot Springs and enjoy the energizing powers of the springs.
BONUS: River Oaks has full spa services available, the perfect spot for a rejuvinating couples trip!
Taste Local Olive Oil, Straight from the Source
You can taste more than wine here in Paso. Pay a visit to one of our local olive oil producers for a savory tasting you will not soon forget, go for a stroll through the orchard, and meet the farmer, too. Known as “liquid gold”, the difference between farm-to-press olive oil and what is sold in grocery stores is vastly different. Discover for yourself why local is best!
Visit the Farmers Market
Keep it local! Paso Robles and the surrounding areas are brimming with produce and farm to table foods. Take a short trip down to our neighboring town of Templeton on Saturday mornings to experience the fresh smells and tastes of the central coast. With so many varying micro-climates in the region, there are always fresh fruits and vegetables in season.
BONUS: There is even a local coffee roaster on site!
Go for a Ride in Wine Country
Back country roads mean bicycles are definitely welcome here in Paso. If you are an avid rider, feel free to venture out on your own, but if you would like some inside tips, book a guided tour. You’ll be let in on the best roads and best views wine country has to offer.