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    Booneville rides or just wines?

    I'm camping with La Familia at Hendy Woods. Any decent mtb trails nearby?

    TIA

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    No trails open to bikes in the Anderson Valley

    I have ridden some dirt roads around Hendy Woods but have not found legal trails there. Highland Ranch has horse trails and they may allow you to ride your bike on them if you are a guest. The closest trails I know about are near Ukiah around Lake Mendocino or in Jackson State Forest near Fort Bragg.
    Here is a link to some of the Jackson trails.
    Enjoy!
    Chris

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    Wine?
    http://www.avbc.com/
    http://www.mendobrew.com/home.html
    http://www.northcoastbrewing.com/

    Lots of great road riding if yer not scared of the occassional logging truck, but all the known mtn biking is further south or east... or both

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    Oh that's good info! Thanks for the brewery tips and road ride suggestions.

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    I camped at Hendy last summer but didn't do any riding (broken wrist). There are two things you must do. Go to the brewery which is down the road in Boonville proper since Hendy is in Philo, just out of town. The brewery has a disc golf course on the grounds and is a good picnic spot, there are free tours too. The other thing you have to do is take the hikes in Hendy to the old growth redwood groves just outside the campground (just walk out of the campground they are right there). Do the small grove and the large grove walks and check out the hermit hut (your kids may get a kick out of it) they are well worth it and not out of the way or difficult in any way. When I was there, the campground was full and we saw nobody on the old growth walks, it was great and you will be astonished by the trees and groves.
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