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Trip Report Visiting the Paso Robles Wine District while staying in Cambria

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We recently spent a lovely day in the Paso Robles Wine District, which is one of the most beautiful regions of California.

To visit the area from Cambria, drive about three miles south on Highway 1 and take Highway 46 toward Paso Robles.

Drive 17.3 miles and take a left onto Vineyard Drive, which passes a dozen wineries before connecting with Adelaida Road. Adelaida Road will take you past another half-dozen wineries and into Paso Robles.

There are several good restaurants in downtown Paso Robles.

Returning to Cambria on Highway 46 you will drive past another dozen or more wineries.

This drive, without side trips, is about 75 miles.

Here is a link to the Paso Robles Wine Tasting Map: http://www.pasowine.com/wineries/map.php

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