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This tricky trot through the North Plains launches from Horning’s Hideout, which is located 35 minutes west of Portland. Over the course of 3.15 miles, racers will weave their way through diverse terrain, including gooey mud puddles and 10 total obstacles. Though the Warrior Dash provides challenges to even the fittest of fit athletes, mental toughness is the greatest tool for success, and people of all physical abilities can have fun and do well as long as they bring a good attitude and their best guts. All participants should arrive at least one hour before their departure time with a photo ID, a change of clothes (whatever you wear during the race will get filthy), and a signed copy of the participant waiver.

10021 Pacheco Pass Highway
Hollister,
CA
US

WATT Electric is a licensed electrical contractor and solar system installer serving all of the Bay Area. We also offer a full selection of Vertical Wind Turbines and LED lighting systems.

601 McCray St., Suite 204
Hollister,
CA
US

DMZ Paintball Canada's outdoor fields set the stage for an afternoon of intense paintball showdowns. Access the courage-dessert mom packed in your school lunch while racing from cover to cover with your semi-auto paintball gun and fleet of 200 premium paintballs. The open play rental also includes a paintball mask, safety goggles, and unlimited air to power your gun.

2066 San Benito St
Hollister,
CA
US

Cuisine Type: Wine
Established: Before 1950
Reservations: Required
Handicap Accessible: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Most popular offering: Wine
Kid-friendly: No
Alcohol: Wine Only
Outdoor Seating: No

The fertile soil at the base of the Gabilan Mountains drew winemakers early in California's history; famers began growing grapes in the area beginning in 1851 at what was to become DeRose Winery. "We offer wine made from dry-farmed vines that [are] over 150 years old," says Office Manager Nicole Manske. "Our wines are inky, fruit-forward, and well balanced." She invites guests to try these time-tested vintages, including the signature zinfandel, during tastings. The selection comprises wines from DeRose-owned vineyards around the world, including locations in Spain, Italy, France, and Argentina.

In addition to producing quality wines, the staff aims to keep its soil fertile and its practices sustainable. The winemakers never irrigate, saving gallons of fresh water for other uses such as cultivating a native population of piranhas. They fertilize the soil naturally and even power the entire vineyard with solar panels.

9970 Cienega Road
Hollister,
CA
US

Lomantos Meyer Lemons is on a mission to keep family farming relevant in the U.S. The business operates from a local, 21-acre ranch, where it employs some 30 Meyer trees to bear heaps of organically sprayed and fertilized lemons. Once the certified naturally grown lemons are ready, Lomantos makes sure they find homes by shipping them directly to customers, selling them at neighborhood farmers' markets, and putting them in boxes marked “Free Puppies.”

1484 Orchard Road
Hollister,
CA
US

Bertha Campbell Cole stepped back and let out a satisfied sigh after making the final pink brushstrokes on the wooden siding of the 1856 hotel. She had traveled throughout Southeast Asia with her husband for years, but was now firmly planted back in her childhood territory on Northern California soil. The year was 1935, and Bertha's new stationary lifestyle meant that she could finally realize her dream of opening a teahouse. In forthcoming decades, the intimate space would sate the appetites of celebrities such as Alfred Hitchcock and Beverly Sills, as well as many noncelebrities who simply liked ornately papered walls. Today, owner Charlie Shockey continues La Casa Rosa Restaurant's tradition by serving luncheons fashioned from Mexican-inspired recipes, local herbs and produce, and seasonally changing red and white wines. Chefs bake corn, beef, and cheeses into california casseroles, following an original recipe given to Bertha's aunts by a local Mexican commandant. Chicken and seafood soufflés sail past antique dolls, pictures, and a gramophone to tables in the main dining room, or on their way to an outdoor courtyard among flowering shrubs and giraffes. Wines such as Ash Blonde—a French-Italian blended aperitif—chill glasses alongside domestic and imported beers, and a baby grand piano holds a row of sample jams and chutneys off to one side of the dining room. After tastings, visitors can order the local preserves, which staff members then pack into decorative pink boxes.

107 3rd St
San Juan Bautista,
CA
US