Kayaking in Dixon


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  • Alopex Eco Adventures
    When Jos? Aguilar studied abroad in Argentina, he explored many of South America's nooks and crannies. He went mountain biking through the Andes, hiked the 24-mile Inca Trail from Cusco to Machu Picchu, and tangoed in the clubs of Buenos Aires. Needless to say, he became hooked on travel and began working for various large excursion companies. But when he saw how poorly executed some of the tours were, he decided to open his own company, Alopex Eco Adventures, dedicating himself to helping fellow adventurers make priceless memories. Alopex now whisks travelers to such locales as Yosemite, San Francisco, and Lake Tahoe. Once they get to their destination, explorers might hike a picturesque walking trail, take in city life, or participate in a brewery or winery tour. The tours include transportation in luxury Mercedes Sprinter passenger vans, which are powered by renewable biofuel mixed with the happy tears of whales.
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    926 J Street
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Adventures Pass
    With more than a dozen adrenaline-pumping activities available at discounts of at least 50 percent, the Adventures Pass gives its holders the opportunity to eschew the couch and experience the adventures their local merchants have to offer. With a single pass, customers can get deals on everything from horseback riding and indoor rock climbing to wakeboarding and paragliding, all at companies located within driving or skydiving distance.
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    5114 Madison Ave.
    Sacramento, CA US
  • Rockzilla
    Underneath the sky-blue rafters of Rockzilla's spacious indoor gym, a veritable mountain range of multicolored walls challenges climbers of all experience levels. Sheer-faced cliffs challenge the top-roping and lead-climbing techniques of both beginners and experts, and a mushroom-shaped structure builds skills in bouldering and reveals the fossil record of ancient screws and bolts. The mat-lined floor, harnesses, and dedication to belaying skills ensure every visitor's comfort and safety. In addition to hosting hangouts, parties, and team-building exercises onsite, Rockzilla crashes entire tectonic plates into customers' backyards, forming portable climbing walls available for rent.
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    849 Jackson St, Ste 5A
    Napa, CA US
  • Napa Valley Paddle
    Napa Valley Paddle teaches people to walk on water. Armed with a fleet of stand-up paddleboards, instructors get riverine explorers up and standing during a brief on-shore lesson. From there, guests have unfettered access to the exclusive northern views of the pristine and revitalized Napa River, where they glide along its reed-lined shores through downtown to see the river's natural contours. The sport is known for its cross-training and ab-blasting benefits, and in addition to being an effective exercise, it can also double as bonding experience. To that end, Napa Valley Paddle leads educational tours or team-building excursions.
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    100 Riverside Dr.
    Napa, CA US
  • Lake Berryessa Boat & Jet Ski Rental
    In Focus: Lake Berryessa Boat and Jet Ski Rental Location: the shores of Lake Berryessa, which span 167 miles Rentals: pontoons, waverunners, paddleboards, wake boards, kayaks, and fishing boats Weather: approximately 15 degrees warmer than Napa on average, and as much as 30 degrees warmer than San Francisco Depths: up to 260 feet at the dam Flora: oaks and pines dotting large, dune-colored hills Fauna: salmon, trout, bass, catfish, chinook, and king fish Amenities: picnic areas, swimming beaches, and plenty of lengthy side-channels for anglers
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    7521 Highway 128
    Napa, CA US
  • American River Raft Rentals
    Sometimes you just want to spend a summer afternoon floating down a sun-dappled river. When those times come around, American River Raft Rentals has you covered. After renting one of the company's easily navigable rafts, customers can head out on a self-guided tour along the American River, which snakes around the outskirts of downtown Sacramento. The class I-II river offers both relaxing lulls and safe thrills thanks to the San Juan Rapids area, which is gentle enough for novices but bracing enough for thrill-seekers. Floats end at River Bend Park, which boasts picnic tables, restrooms, and plenty of shade-giving oak trees.
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    11257 South Bridge Street
    Rancho Cordova, CA US

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