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HEALDSBURG - Outdoorsy activities non-wine tasting

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My husband and I are heading to Healdsburg for three days the last weekend in April. We aren't really into wine-tasting itself, but will probably visit a few wineries that look like they have beautiful grounds or interesting sites. It looks like Ferrari C (forget the name!) has grounds that are worth visiting, for example. I know that wineries are what this area is known for.
What we really love to do is hike or do country walks. Most of the previous threads have to do with wineries. Does anyone have suggestions for hiking in the area (or outdoorsy sightseeing)? We will probably visit Armstrong Redwoods again (but will have just been to the Klamath area for hiking in the redwoods there; this is the end of a longer trip).
We live in the California Bay Area but are not all that familiar with Healdsburg.
Is it too early go go kayaking on the Russian River? We went a number of years ago and loved it, but not this early in the year.
Thanks for any suggestions.

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