The Napa Valley Vine Trail Coalition is a grass-roots nonprofit with a vision to build a walking and biking trail system to connect the entire Napa Valley — physically, artistically, and culturally. We are working to design, fund, construct, and maintain 47 safe and scenic miles of level, paved, family-friendly, dog-friendly, free-access Class I trail, stretching from the ferry building in Vallejo to Calistoga.
Over nineteen VINE TRAIL miles are in place today and over $12 million in federal and state competitive grants have been pledged to the next phases of the project — if we are able to secure $3.7 million in matching funds. To date, half of those matching funds have been raised or pledged.
VINE TRAIL supporters have grown to over 5,000 and trail users to over 500,000 annually since the project began in September 2008.
As lovers of Napa Valley and our wines, now you can support us through the VINE TRAIL Vintner Collection. Your purchase will help us complete the final sections of the VINE TRAIL.
WHY WE NEED THE VINE TRAIL
Active transportation improves our health and the health of our neighbors.
Using the VINE TRAIL reduces greenhouse gas emissions and the need for new roadways and parking lots.
Safe walking and biking options create a stronger and more livable community.
All-weather multi-use trails offer alternatives for visitors seeking outdoor, wellness-based experiences in the Napa Valley.
Thank you to our generous donors who made the Vintner Collection possible:
Alpha Omega, Anonymous, Aperture Media, Bergin Screen Printing & Etching, Chrome Visual, Crocker & Starr, Cultivate Systems, Gemstone, J.A.M. PR, Erika Jacome, Landmark Graphics/Cellotape, Newton, PortoCork, Rocca, Roger J. Trinchero Family Foundation, SaverGlass, Silver Oak, Mark & Pamela Smithers, Spottswoode, Tamber Bey, Vineyard 29, Western Wine Services, Wineshipping, Whitehall Lane, Sophie Woo, Dave Woodside
As always, thanks to our Premier Partners, Napa Valley Vintners and Visit Napa Valley, for their support since the very beginning.