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Park & Vine DAY 1


-Explore Yosemite National Park -Enjoy lunch at The Majestic Yosemite Hotel


Wake up at Tenaya Lodge and take the picturesque drive through the valley into Yosemite National Park. Be prepared to be stunned by the views of El Capitan from below on the Valley Floor Tour. The Majestic Yosemite Hotel is a great stop for lunch and then in the afternoon take the shuttle up Glacier Point to see the entire Valley in all its glory.


Overnight: Comfort Inn, Mariposa DAY 2


-Search for gold -Test your nerve from a height


Enjoy the day at Yosemite Zip Line and Adventure Ranch where a number of skills are tested. Start with gold panning and follow this up by trying to rope while riding a mechanical horse. Enjoy a spot of lunch in the sun before testing your nerve on six extreme zip lines which get your adrenaline pumping. Once finished, take the trip across to Amador County and enjoy dinner and craft ales at Brickhouse Brews in Jackson.


Overnight: River Terrace Inn DAY 3


-Learn the Chaw’se tribe history -Enjoy a local town event


Take a walk around Chaw’se Indian Grinding Rock State Historic Park and learn the history and culture of the local native tribe before heading to Black Chasm Cavern, which is home to rock forms dating back thousands of years. For lunch there is nothing better than taking a visit to Sutter Creek’s Annual Chili Cook-Off and Classic Car Show. In the afternoon take the drive across to Napa Valley and visit the Oxbow Public Market.


Overnight: Best Western Amador Inn, Jackson


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