Tour Categories Red Bluff Adventure

red-bluff-caAdventure’s in your hands…

At the base of the Cascades, in Northern California, stands Lassen Peak, a volcanic wonder surrounded by one of this nation’s most spectacular settings – Lassen Volcanic National Park. If you were to stand at 10,462’ and look to the valley below, a ribbon of highway leads you to a quaint city on the Sacramento River, rich in heritage, sustained by agriculture, and placed halfway between Los Angeles and Portland on Interstate 5. This is Red Bluff, California, the starting point to your Lassen Adventure. Your adventure has begun. You’ve mapped out an experience that is either an extension of a life long passion, or something on a bucket list you’ve had tucked away in your drawer. What will eventually bring you to the wonders of Lassen is something you will not easily forget. Is it casting a fly rod for the first time? Is it escaping on horseback into canyons carved by ancient lava flows? Is it taking the motorcycle you’ve wanted all your life on its first big ride? Is it the perfect shot from your grandfather’s gun? Maybe it’s kayaking through class IV rapids at the onset of spring? What began in the heart of Red Bluff and saw you standing at the summit of Lassen Peak, is the spirit of your Lassen Adventure — it’s in your hands. Hang on tight!

Historic State Theatre

The iconic State Theatre, located in Historic Downtown Red Bluff, is an anchor tenant in our community. The Theatre, which is owned and operated by a volunteer organization, features a variety of entertainment ranging from live concerts to old movies.   For a complete schedule, visit


Historic Downtown Red Bluff

Victorian architecture and tree lined streets create historic Downtown Red Bluff and the heart of our community. Explore destination retail shops and enjoy an eclectic variety of dining options; play downtown during the many outings hosted, including events at the Historic State Theatre, seasonal Farmers Markets, Art & Wine Walk, Community Art Studio and more. […]


Yana Trail

The Yana trail is an eight-mile long trail crossing riparian zones, rolling blue oak savannah, and lava rock canyons, offering dramatic views of the Sacramento River and the surrounding landforms. Wildflowers are spectacular in this area in the spring.     For more information and trail head maps, visit


Iron Canyon Trail

The Iron Canyon Trail is a fun 4.5 mile trail that allows explorers a view of the river bend high above the canyon with very little climbing. It’s mostly single track with short sections of dirt road. Plenty of lava rock!     For more information, visit

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Hog Lake/Vista Trail

The Hog Lake Plateau Trail and Vista Trail offer spectacular wide open views of spring wildflowers. The vista trail has breath taking views of the Sacramento River or you can take a panoramic survey of the surrounding valley.     For more information, visit


Highway 36 West

Called the number one windiest road in California, this road never lets up with the curves. This ride is best suited for sport bikes and a tight attention span. Before you head to the coast, be sure to top off your tank in Red Bluff, as there is but a single gas pump in Platina, […]


Bend Recreation Area

The Sacramento River Bend Outstanding Natural Area (ONA) is a valuable historic and natural resource that presents many recreational and educational opportunities. From the lush riparian areas surrounding the Sacramento River and it’s tributaries to the expanse of the rolling hills of blue oak savannah, the Sacramento River Bend ONA offers diverse habitat for bald […]


Tehama Oaks Vineyard

The Tehama Oaks Vineyard and Winery was bonded as the first Red Bluff based winery in May 2010. We are a family owned corporation dedicated to producing high quality estate wines from our own small vineyards and superb varietal wines and blends from premium Northern California vineyards. At Tehama Oaks we use modern equipment to […]


Sacramento River – Red Bluff

Running right through Red Bluff is one of the jewel rivers of California, the Sacramento River. Test your trout fishing skills year round or plan a visit during the Fall salmon run.     For more information, visit