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Napa valley backpacking/camping without a car

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I posted this the other day but did not get as many replies as I would have liked. Looking for experienced input especially from locals.

i will be in California for three weeks starting the 22nd of September. My first week will be spent with a friend from Santa Cruz hiking and rock climbing in Yosemite and Seqouia National Parks. After a week with him, he has to get back to work so I am trying to plan the rest of my time.

I like my wine and am interested in hitting up wine country (Napa/Sonoma) and would like some suggestions. I will be flying solo, have no need for spas or fancy accomodations. Ive seen that there are some camping spots here and there but am looking for some good advice on a good spot to setup camp. Is the area walking friendly? Will I be able to walk from winery to winery for tastings? Is this a reasonable plan at all? Where is the BEST spot? Ive gotten some tips on camping areas. Will I need to reserve ahead of time?

My plan as of right now would be to take the bus from SF and then use the VINE locally to get around if need be but I would really rather use my legs as much as possible. I did a 5 day hike through Beaujolais last year and am no stranger to distance walking or roughing it - so this is not an issue.

Id love any advice at all. Thanks.

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