Edna Valley Wineries by Bike Map - San Luis Obispo

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Edna Valley Wineries by Bike Map - San Luis Obispo

Edna Valley Wineries

Baileyana Winery

5828 Orcutt Road

San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

(805) 269-8200

www.baileyana.com

Tasting room: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily

Saucelito Canyon Vineyard

3080 Biddle Ranch Road

San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

(805) 543-2111

www.saucelitocanyon.com

Tasting room: 10 a.m. to 5 pm. daily, spring

through fall (call for winter hours)

Edna Valley Vineyard

2585 Biddle Ranch Rd.

San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

(805) 544-5855

www.ednavalley.com

Tasting room: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily

Wolff Vineyards

6238 Orcutt Rd.

San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

(805)781-0448

www.wolffvineyards.com

Tasting room: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., closed Monday

Domaine Alfred Winery

7525 Orcutt Road

San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

(805) 541-9463

www.domainealfred.com

Tasting room: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily

Piedra Creek Winery

6425 Mira Cielo Dr.

San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

(805) 541-1281

Tasting room: by appointment

Talley Vineyards

3031 Lopez Drive

Arroyo Grande, CAa 93420

(805) 489-0446

www.talleyvineyards.com

Tasting room: 10:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily

Kynsi Winery

2212 Corbett Canyon Rd.

Arroyo Grande, CA 93420

(805) 544-8461

www.kynsi.com

Tasting room: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., Thurs - Mon

Claiborne & Churchill Vintners

2649 Carpenter Canyon Rd. (Hwy 227)

San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

(805) 544-4066

www.claibornechurchill.com

Tasting room: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily

Tolosa Winery

4910 Edna Road/Hwy 277

San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

(805) 782-0500

www.tolosawinery.com

Tasting room: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. winter, 11 a.m. to

6 p.m. summer

Salisbury Vineyards Tasting Room

6985 Ontario Road

San Luis Obispo, CA 93405

(805) 595-9463

www.salisburyvineyards.com

Tasting room: 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily

Kelsey See Canyon Vineyards & Winery

1947 See Canyon Road

San Luis Obispo, CA 93405

(805) 595-9700

www.kelseywine.com

Tasting room: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily

Map Produced by:

The San Luis Obispo County

Bicycle Coalition

PO Box 14860

San Luis Obispo, CA 93406

www.slobikelane.org

Making our Community Better for Bicycles

b Bicycle & Pedestrian Advocacy

b Bicycle Safety & Education

b Bike Valet & Community Services

Our Mission:

To transform San

Luis Obispo County

into a safer and more

livable community by

promoting cycling and

walking for everyday

transportation and

recreation.

Funding for this publication provided in part by:

Photos courtesy of Central Coast Outdoors

Edna Valley Wineries By Bike

Including San Luis Obispo and Avila Beach


Legend

SLO Amtrak Station

Winery / Tasting

Suggested Routes

Bike Paths

Extended Ride

Options

(see route descriptions)

Avila

Beach

0 1 2

Foothill Blvd.

Los Osos Valley Rd.

Perbacco

Cellars

Kelsey

101

Salisbury

Vineyards

Buckley Rd.

Pismo

Beach

Pacific

Ocean

101

San

Luis

Obispo

www.oldedna.com

Tolosa

Starting Point for all Rides:

San Luis Obispo Amtrak Station,

1011 Railroad Avenue at Santa

Rosa Street. The station is just

south of downtown at the end

of Santa Rosa Street. Parking is

available in the station parking

lot.

Arroyo

Grande

Edna Valley

Baileyana

Saucelito Canyon

& Ortman Family

Piedra Creek

Claiborne

& Churchill

101

Wolff

Domaine

Alfred

Kynsi

Tiffany Ranch Road Loop - 19.7 miles

Ride Summary: A scenic loop through the Edna Valley wine growing

region. Several wineries along the route. Some hills toward the

south end of the valley. Winds from the north tend to pick up in the

afternoon. A shorter route (13.4 miles) that avoids the hills can be

made by crossing the valley at Biddle Ranch Road.

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RR station. Take bike path bridge across tracks and follow

path along tracks away from the RR station.

2.0 TL onto Orcutt Road.

2.4 TR to stay on Orcutt Road.

3.4 TL to stay on Orcutt Road.

9.1 TR onto Tiffany Ranch Road.

10.1 TR onto Corbett Canyon Road.

12.1 TR onto Hwy 227.

17.4 TR onto Orcutt Road.

17.7 TL onto bike path just after RR tracks.

19.7 Take bike path bridge back over tracks to station. End.

Talley Vineyards/

Bishops Peak

Lopez

Lake

Disclaimer: Map information is intended for

planning purposes only. Construction projects,

traffic conditions and other events may cause

road conditions to change. Cyclist assumes

all risk. The San Luis Obispo County Bicycle

Coalition assumes no responsibility for any loss

resulting from use of this map. Please obey all

traffic laws and be conscious of your own skill

level. Enjoy the ride!

Corbett Canyon Loop - 29.5 miles

Ride Summary: A scenic loop through the the vineyard and ranch

country south of SLO. Several wineries along the route. Some hills

toward the south end of the ride. Winds from the north tend to pick

up in the afternoon. Longer rides can be made by adding ‘out and

back’ options to Lopez Lake or Huasna townsite. One major climb/

descent on the road to Huasna townsite.

RR station. Take bike path bridge across tracks and follow

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path along tracks away from the RR station.

2.0 TL onto Orcutt Road.

2.4 TR to stay on Orcutt Road.

3.4 TL to stay on Orcutt Road.

TR onto Lopez Drive. For an interesting detour to Lopez

Lake, TL at Lopez Drive and ride out and back 4.5 miles to

11.3 Lopez Lake. For another interesting detour, TR on Lopez

Drive, ride 2.6 miles and TL onto Huasna Road for an out

and back to Huasna Townsite (10.2 miles each way).

15.5 TR onto Hwy 227.

16.0 TR onto Corbett Canyon Road.

21.9 TR onto Hwy 227.

27.2 TR onto Orcutt Road.

27.5 TL onto bike path just after RR tracks.

29.5 Take bike path bridge back over tracks to station. End.

Tour d’ Avila - 22.8 miles

Ride Summary: A diverse, mostly out and back tour taking in the

Bob Jones Bike trail, Avila Beach and the historic Harford Pier. No

major climbs, unless you want to explore up See Canyon.

RR station. Go north on Santa Rosa Street away from the

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station back toward downtown.

0.4 TL onto Higuera and take this out of town.

5.0 TR onto Ontario Road just after crossing US 101.

7.0 CS at San Luis Bay Drive to stay on Ontario Road.

TR onto the Bob Jones Bike Trail just before a bridge.

7.8

Trailhead parking to the left. Follow bike trail signs.

CS at San Luis Bay Drive to stay on Bob Jones Bike Trail.

8.7

CAUTION: Rough pavement.

10.0 TR onto Avila Beach Drive.

Harford Pier (Port San Luis). End of the road. Check out the

pier and enjoy the sea lions. Several restaurants. Return the

way you came to SLO. For an interesting detour, TL onto

11.4 San Luis Bay Drive from midway on the Bob Jones Bike

Trail, ride for about a half mile, then TL up See Canyon

Road. See Canyon Road climbs several miles along a pretty

canyon until the road turns to dirt.

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