Learn about our unique redwood-forest ecosystem and its amazing array of wildlife and spectacular scenery by mountain bike.  Good exercise and carbon-free, too!  Our Guided Mountain-Bike Toursallow beginners to gain mountain-biking experience on our wide trails through redwood groves, meadows, and creeks.  We have several different trails from which to choose, and each adventure is custom designed to meet your interests and riding abilities.  Intermediate and advanced riders can be introduced to some of the North Coast’s famous single-track trails.

If you prefer, strike out on your own with a Bicycle Rental.  We offer men’s and women’s Cannondale mountain bikes and children’s bikes to allow you to explore the wonders of the redwood parks.  Bicycles aren’t allowed on most of the parks’ trails, but renting bikes is a wholesome, low-impact way to get to some of the best trailheads.


Includes: Full Day (6+ Hours) Half Day (3-4 Hours)
• Experienced Guide
• Bike
• Helmet
• Water
• Snack
$195 per person $125 per person
2 person minimum is required. Catered lunches and group discounts are available.

Please call 707-488-2222 for hourly rental bookings.


Includes: Hourly Half Day (up to 4 hours) Full Day (up to 8 hours)
• Cannondale Mountain Bike
• Helmet
• Area Map
• Bike Lock
$10 per person $30 per person $50 per person

Please call 707-488-2222 for hourly rental bookings.


Saddle up and go by horseback into the majestic, old-growth forest of Redwood National Park with our experienced partner, Redwood Creek Buckarettes.  You will travel up the mountain from near sea level to 600 feet to see giant trees, unique habitats, and breathtaking views of the North Coast.  This interpretive tour includes information on redwood ecology, local wildlife, flora, and local history.

Please note:  No riders under the age of six; weight limit of 235 lbs.  Helmets are provided and required.  Coats, long pants, and closed-toe shoes are recommended.



Kayak Zak’s is our awesome kayak-tour partner.  Kayak Zak’s is based at the Stone Lagoon Visitor Center, only nine miles south of Elk Meadow, and offers guided kayak trips on Stone and Big Lagoons as well as kayak and paddle-board rentals on Stone Lagoon.  Kayak Zak’s lives up to its motto, “More Fun is More Good!”

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This year, plan your big fishing trip with Redwood Adventures’ professional fishing partners.  Come fish for our world-famous steelhead, Chinook, and Coho salmon on the Klamath River or head out of Trinidad Bay to fish for halibut, salmon, and rock cod.  Our accommodations are ideally situated within a short distance of world-class fishing.  We even work with a local salmon chef who can prepare your fresh catch for you.

Each Fishing Adventure Tour includes supplies, boat, tackle, bait, and guide to ensure a memorable and safe experience.  Anglers are required to have current fishing licenses and permits.



Go sport fishing out of Trinidad and discover the beauty of the wild Northern California coast.  A professional fishing guide leads you to salmon, halibut, and rock cod out of Trinidad Bay, with a short run (less than 30 minutes) to the fishing grounds and most fishing done in 70 feet of water or less.

Several charters operate out of Trinidad.  Please click here and then select THINGS TO DO followed by FISHING in TRINIDAD/McKINLEYVILLE/ORICK for additional information.



Our river-fishing trips operate by jet boat on the nearby Klamath River and are offered by Wild River Fishing Adventures.  Professional guide, Gary Whittaker, a member of the local Yurok tribe, will take you to the best fishing spots and share insights about the tribe’s culture and relationship with the land as only an insider can.



Northwestern California is a birdwatcher’s paradise. At any time of year it is possible to see over 100 species in a day. Our impressive bird diversity is due to a combination of a year-round mild climate and a wide variety of habitats. With quick and easy access to many popular birding sites, including Castle Rock, the Klamath River and Redwood Creek estuaries, the Humboldt Lagoons, Trinidad, the Arcata Marsh and Wildlife Sanctuary, and Humboldt Bay, Redwood Adventures is perfectly situated for birders of any interest or skill level. Our birding guides are master birders and experienced leaders.

Some of the species for which our area is notable in California are Black Brant, Aleutian Cackling Goose, Ruffed Grouse, Western Snowy Plover, Marbled Murrelet, Tufted Puffin, Northern Spotted Owl, Gray Jay, and Black-capped Chickadee.

Guided Birding Tours

Includes: Full Day (6 Hours) Half Day (3 Hours)
• Adventure Guide
• Educational Materials
includes picnic lunch, snack
$195 per person
includes snack
$125 per person

Birding Seasons (from Northwestern California Birds (Harris 2005))

Early December to late January Winter (peak numbers of water-birds and sparrows)
Late January to mid-March Early Spring Migration (hummingbirds, Brant, swallows)
Mid-March to early May Spring Migration (shorebirds, gulls, breeding land-birds; nesting begins for most species)
Early May through June Summer (breeding season, vagrant land-birds)
July to late August Early Fall Migration (shorebirds, gulls, pelicans, terns, seabirds)
Late August — Mid-October Mid Fall Migration (loons, gulls, jaegers, migrant and vagrant land-birds)
Mid-October — Early December Late Fall Migration (waterfowl, late-arriving winter shorebirds and land-birds)


This tour takes participants to a variety of locations to observe the migration and spawning of wild salmon. In addition to watching this timeless phenomenon, participants learn about the history, habitat, ecology, and cultural and historic importance of salmon on the North Coast. This 4-to-6-hour guided tour includes a snack and is available September-March only and dependent on stream conditions. December and January tend to be the peak of the salmon migration.

$115 per person