Slow Down, Adventure Deeply

TrekSonoma

Sink into a slower rhythm with the land and each other. Wake up in a redwood forest. Hike through grasslands. Linger near a bubbling creek. Kayak down the Russian River. Rest in a quiet meadow preserve. Forage for wild dinner ingredients with a chef and an expert wildlife ecologist. Enjoy meals together, nights around the campfire, and camping at remarkable spots along the way. Feed your soul —one experience at a time.

Redefining Outdoor Adventure

In other words, LandPaths has redefined outdoor adventure with TrekSonoma. Our multi-day walking and kayaking treks allow you to experience the land in a whole new way.

You’ll enjoy communal meals, evenings around the campfire, and camping at scenic sites along the way. Your gear will be shuttled, allowing you to spend the day with only a daypack, enjoying with ease a bounty of remarkable vistas and experiences. Whether you are a local or an out-of-town visitor, our treks are an exceptional opportunity to interact with the land’s natural beauty, farms, plant and animal life, and ecological diversity as a connected whole, entirely away from the automobile.

Join us for an upcoming trek!  Looking for something unique for a birthday, family gathering, or community-building experience? We can design a special trek for you and your friends, family, company, or organization.

Watch a video of the Sonoma Mountain Wildflower Trek here.

Questions about TrekSonoma?

Contact:
Amanda Ayala, Volunteer and Community Hub Specialist
707 544-7284 ext., 110
amanda@landpaths.org 

Bohemia to the Sea TrekSonoma Participant

" This was a very unique and wonderful trip for me. I hike quite often with groups, and in beautiful places, but this trip was different. The connection with people and nature was deeper and more real than what I usually experience. "

2020 Treks

Wild Tending and Foraging Trek

Dates: Aug. 7 – 9

Time: 10am-4:30pm

Location: Ocean Song Preserve

Leaders: Meghan Walla-Murphy and guest wild foraging guide and chef Coby Leibman

Join us on a three-day wild-foraging and land stewardship program.  Witness the bounty that nature offers in our Summer Season—wild greens, elderberries, rosehips, huckleberries, wild roots and many other tasty ingredients! And while we forage we will learn how to tend these amazing plants and landscapes so that they flourish and become more resilient.

Stories and News

Stories from the Field

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IOOBY Goes Digital: How our Youth Team Brought the Joy, Wonder, and Awe of Nature to the Screen 

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When schools across Sonoma County closed down for in-person learning in March due to the coronavirus, teachers, students, and parents were suddenly faced with a series of …

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An Update on LandPaths Preserves and Partner Properties

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LandPaths exists – if for nothing else – then to harness community power to protect healthy land on which to experience and be inspired by nature, where …

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Masks for Summer Nature Campers

What style of masks do kids like? Health experts have declared that it’s much safer to recreate in the outdoors than inside. Based on recommendations from the …

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