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For the hottest springs and the coldest wine, there is no better retreat than the tranquil stretch of land known as Napa Valley, one of California's most celebrated destinations. Enjoying cool winters and dry summers, the area is reminiscent of years past. You won't find any fast food joints or interstates; just two-lane roads leading into woods and award-winning wineries where you can enjoy intimate tasting rooms and acclaimed vintages paired with mouthwatering, Michelin-starred cuisine. Inspirato's resort partners in in the valley - the chic Solage Calistoga and the iconic Auberge du Soleil in Rutherford - epitomize Napa's timeless charm.
Located toward the southern end of the valley in Yountville, Napa Valley Museum is the perfect spot to explore traveling exhibitions by regional artists and learn about local geology of the valley and its surrounding areas.
This 1,991-acre park contains the farthest inland coast redwood trees in the state. Try an early morning trail hike, visit the Native American Plant Garden and swim in the spring-fed seasonal pool before you hit the local wineries.
Walk a self-guided route to lay your eyes upon formations from 3 million years ago. The park is celebrating its 100th anniversary and all exhibits are located within viewing distance of the main trail.
Both Auberge du Soleil and Solage Calistoga feature stunning spas that are inspired by Napa's natural beauty. Make an appointment to try a soothing signature treatment and amenities such as geothermal soaking pools and yoga.
See millions of years of geology at play, thermal area mud pots and steam vents. Just north of downtown Calistoga, Old Faithful is a cone geyser that erupts regularly and is known for producing rainbows in its mist.
Between Napa Golf Course at Kennedy Park in Napa to Eagle Vines Vineyards & Golf Club, the opportunities to tee off are endless. Talk to your Member Services team about your ideal course and tee times.
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Many consider Wine Country's climate ideal, with winter chill and summer heat moderated by nearby bodies of water. Summers are warm during the day and cool at night, and springtime is moderate and breezy. Low humidity helps the warmer seasons feel fresh and dry. Fall can bring unexpected heat waves, and winter is undoubtedly crisp.