As alluring as h2hotel may be, you’re probably eager to explore Healdsburg and beyond. And we’re here to help. Nab a spiffy Public Bike to pedal about our charming town or bike from winery to winery (or bring your own wheels to stow in our secure rack). We’ve got four itineraries right here for you to choose form.

If hiking’s your thing, you’re in luck: Healdsburg is surrounded by miles of hiking trails in virtually every direction. Or you can just go with the flow. Long before Healdsburg became a hip wine country destination it was renowned as a river resort. Generations have floated merrily down the Russian River, which meanders through town and out to sea, and you can too.

Whether it’s wine tasting or boutique shopping or gallery hopping or taking in the great outdoors, we’re here to help you do what you want to. And to get your started – with the help of the Hotel Healdsburg ace concierge staff – we compiled a list of recommendations, so you can pick and choose what suits your fancy.

bike trips

Healdsburg Loop

Ride along the vineyards in the Dry Creek Valley area. This is probably one of the most scenic routes for cycling in Sonoma County.

Vineyards Loop

This is a circular route suitable for families with older children and guides riders through the rolling hills of vineyards and wineries of West Dry Creek Valley.

Cloverdale Loop

This route features narrow country roads with light traffic and several hills. West Dry Creek is a lovely road that takes you past several famous wineries and vineyards.

Geyserville Loop

This is a circular route through the scenic terrain, vineyards and famous wineries of the Alexander and Dry Creek Valleys.

explore sonoma


Healdsburg is surrounded by a variety of wineries in Northern California’s finest regional wine appellations, including Alexander Valley, Dry Creek Valley, and Russian River Valley.


From Italian to BBQ, Spanish Tapas and everything in between, more than 20 restaurants are within walking distance of h2.


Specialty clothing stores, gourmet food shops and pet boutiques surround the historic town plaza.

family fun

Beyond the world of wine, explore local family activities such as bowling, ice skating or even going on a safari at a local wildlife preserve.