You’ll spend the day driving 6.5hrs up the 101 to Six Rivers. Make a pit stop in Humboldt Redwoods State Park and coast down the Avenue of the Giants for surrounding views of iconic Redwood Trees, lush green ferns, and gorgeous roads.
Set up camp along Klamath River and wind down in your Cabana with sounds of flowing water & views of tree lined, starry skies.
Start your morning along the river, coffee in hand, and head out toward Salmon Mountain for a morning hike along the Salmon Summit Trail.
About an hour back South, you’ll find the quaint little town of Willow Creek. You’ll set up camp here for the night but before you do, grab a photo in front of the Willow Creek Sign and check out the Bigfoot Museum. End the day at Miles Garrett Wines for a glass (or two) of local, natural wine.
An hour west, you’ll find the epic California Coast. Head here for the day and relax with the views of Sue-Meg State Park
Stop at the store in Willow Creek to stock up on your favorite snacks, beverages and lunch items. Prepare your meal out the back of the van kitchen and enjoy your lunch with a view. Walk along the coastal cliffs and up to Wedding Rock for even more panoramic views.
And so the trek back begins. Make as many pull-offs as you like as you head back to San Fran.
It’s a 4.5 hour drive up to Shasta with wineries, Redding, and Shasta Lake all being worth-while stops along the way.
Set your trip intention with a reiki, tarot card, or astrology session at Shasta Rainbow Angels. Check out the main street area before setting up camp - just 5 minutes outside of town, on secluded land with your own private swimming hole.
Call the Pneuma Institute Retreat Center ahead of time to reserve a yoga class and session in the mineral springs. Once you’re finished up here, drive back through town toward the base of Mount Shasta. Pull off at the Lower Panther Meadow for a van-side, mountain-view picnic. There’s a handful of hikes in this area too. Grab dinner at Pipeline before heading back to camp.
Grab coffee and/or breakfast at Seven Suns. As you head an hour south to Shasta Lake, do a little waterfall hop. Feel the sights and sounds of Mossbrae, Hedge Creek, Botanical Gardens, SweetBriar and more scenic vistas.
Before you set up camp at Bailey Cove, check out Lake Shasta Caverns National Landmark for unique views inside the Earth. Enjoy your last night along the brisk waters of Shasta Lake.
Head back down to San Fran for your last 4+ hours in your Cabana.
Hit the road for a just under 4hour drive to Truckee, an alpine town 20min North of Lake Tahoe nestled to the East of the National Forest.
If you time it right, you can catch sunset at China Cove Beach, grab a beer at The Good Wolf, and then head up to your campsite for the night at Lower Little Truckee
Start your morning with a hike along a portion of the Tahoe Rim Trail, putting in at Brockway Summit.
Grab a quick bite & coffee at Treehouse Cafe and then head to Speedboat Beach to relax, or hop on some paddle boards. Check out Incline Village and then head North to Sierra Hot Springs to take a dip under the stars and set up camp for the night.
You’ll wake up nestled in the trees on the property of Sierra Hot Springs. Take in the sights and sounds, hop in the springs again, and get on with your day.
Take a 2.4 mile hike along Cottonwood Creek. Have lunch out the back of the van and then head to Cold Creek Campground to hangout at camp.
After spending time in your mountain paradise, you’ll make the 4hr journey back to San Francisco.
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