Your Official Guide to Calaveras County
In the midst of California’s charming Gold Country and spectacular High Sierra is Calaveras County. Here, mountain sports, Gold Rush history and architecture combine with charming downtown shopping and casual culinary excellence. Add to the mix our inspired winemaking and thriving arts and entertainment and the combination makes for a fantastic family adventure destination.
Ranging in altitude from close to sea level in the foothills to more than 8,000-feet at the Sierra crest, Calaveras boasts such diverse ecological and geological landscapes that it’s possible to ski in the morning and play a round of golf in the afternoon. Interesting geology extends well below ground level too, forming three show caves and a natural bridge formation.
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When we heard California Dream Eater Chase Ramsey was coming for our Red Apple donuts we begged him to stay away. Hey, more donuts for us, right? Well, once we met him, we decided he was cool enough we’d be stoked to share our secret 100 year old apple stand with..
A photo posted by Go Calaveras (@gocalaveras) on Dec 27, 2016 at 11:14am PST We’re all about the “Snowmance” here in Calaveras County, and it’s the perfect time to experience a snowy winter wonderland with your special someone. Snuggle in to find the perfect Calaveras Valentine’s Romance option for you and..
Here in Calaveras we love the fact that you can play above or below the snowline throughout winter in under an hour drive. Ski in the morning and hike in the afternoon! And this week is a particularly epic time to shred that powder! After having received 59 inches of..
With winter upon us and more snow in the forecast, many of you will be heading to the mountains looking for a fun day in the outdoors and a good place to sled. It’s not unusual to see highway turn-outs packed with cars while families play on the nearby hillsides. It..
Via @lorillama: “Mourning the loss of this epic 1,000 year old redwood tree that went down yesterday in the storm . So lucky to have gotten to pass beneath her so many times through the years. The last pic I have of her … rip” ⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀ .⠀..