EXPERIENCES > vineyard hike
This experience is seasonal, and will be available again in June.
Here’s your chance to walk in David Adelsheim’s shoes when he first set foot in the Chehalem Mountains -- home to some of Oregon’s most diverse soils, elevations, and exposures. Discover for yourself why this is considered one of the best places in the world to grow Pinot noir and Chardonnay of purity and expression.
Lace up your boots and head out on a guided vineyard tour to discover how Adelsheim broke ground and staked our claim. Light provisions and wine tasting will be incorporated along the way. Hikes are offered at our Calkins Lane vineyard depending on availability, party size, and preference.
Up to 6 hikers
Prepare for rain or shine
Please allow 90 minutes for this hike
Online reservations available up to 48 hours prior (call for shorter notice reservation)
This tour involves a moderate one-mile walk in a working vineyard on uneven soil surfaces with an elevation change of approximately 100 feet. Please wear appropriate clothing and closed-toe shoes with rubber soles.
No bathrooms will be available during the hike.
Allergen warning: nuts, dairy, gluten