Paso Robles is located approximately halfway between the cities of Los Angeles and San Francisco in San Luis Obispo County along California’s Central Coast. Paso Robles sits on the eastern foothills of the Santa Lucia Mountain Range and at the southern end of the Salinas River Valley.
It is a well recognized tourist destination known for its fast growing “wine country”. The fertile lands is home to various wineries and vineyards with tasting rooms and much more. The revitalized historic downtown area has many attractions for tourists; from fine dining restaurants, wine tasting rooms and art galleries to specialty clothing boutiques and home décor and book stores.
The gentle rolling hills on the eastern half of the city and foothill peaks riding to the Santa Lucia Coastal Range on the west are ideal for cyclists-there’s something for everyone! You can make it as easy or as hard as you want-the choice is yours! The quiet country back roads of Paso Robles goes out along various wineries, vineyards, nut and olive orchards to the smaller towns and cities around San Luis Obispo County. It offers a wonderful chance to enjoy the tranquility of the oak studded open spaces with old ranches, farm houses and open ranchlands with grazing horses and cattle.
These routes represent a diverse range of the geographic regions surrounding Paso Robles. Adelaida-Peachy Canyon covers the West-side, Linne-Union covers the central area, Parkfield and Hog Canyon covers the North-east side and Santa Margarita-Creston covers the South-side.
Want to get away from it all? Get out and enjoy a back road cycling tour through scenic Paso Robles Wine Country-don’t miss the experience!
- Paso Robles: Linne-Union Wine Trails 23 Miles
- Paso Robles: Santa Margarita-Creston 56 Miles
- Paso Robles: Parkfield 70 Miles
- Paso Robles: Adelaida-Vineyard-Peachy Canyon 41 Miles
- Paso Robles: Hog Canyon-Mission San Miguel 45 Miles
- Paso Robles: Historic Walking Tour
For this self-organized fixed base cycling trip, we stayed at the Wine Country RV Resort on Airport Rd off CA-46 E.
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I’m staying at wine country rv park this weekend, searched the web for a local ride and stumbled upon your site. After viewing your pictures and seeing your Rilata I knew this was the ride for me. I have a Rialta too! The ride was beautiful. Thank you for sharing your rides
You’re welcome! Glad to know you too enjoyed the rides around Paso Roble’s wine country-it’s beautiful out there!