The Westside Loop
Paso’s gateway to the sea, 46 West snakes to historic Highway 1 from the 101, carving up and over the Santa Lucia Coastal Mountain Range, through hillside vineyards and ends with life-changing vistas overlooking the Pacific coastline.
As you make your way closer to the sea, you’ll come upon two crossroads adored by locals. Head north on Santa Rosa Road, and you’ll weave down to Cambria, home of Stepladder Creamery. Head south, on Old Creek Road, and you’ll encounter gentle hairpin turns, avocado and orange groves. Old Creek ends with expansive views of Whale Rock Reservoir and the Pacific.
Wine Trail to the Pacific
While 46 West is our road to the sea, it's also our trail to some of the most interesting and beautiful wineries in Paso Robles. Visit the castle at Tooth & Nail Winery for great wines with even greater stories behind their fabled Rabble Wines. Next door you'll find the Barton Family Wines at Grey Wolf Cellars, and a cozy patio with vineyard views. Grab lunch with your tasting from their Barton's Kitchen Window. Cruising farther down 46 West, you'll find dozens of family owned wineries ready to leave a lasting mark on your road trip to Paso.
Stop by the Pumpkin Patch
Jack Creek Farms, the oldest pumpkin farm in the county and is located directly off Highway 46 West. This 5th generation family farm has pivoted and implemented the safety guidelines visitors need to be able to enjoy the Fall holiday traditions they love. Along with their seasonal pumpkins and gourds, they offer visitors of the Central Coast locally grown fruits and veggies, honey and eggs.