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Skunk Train: Fort Bragg Rail Bikes
Skunk Train: Fort Bragg Rail Bikes : SAVE 15% ... FROM $165.75
Sit back, breathe deep, and discover an entirely new way to explore California. Electric-powered and virtually silent, our custom-built, patent pending, two-person railbikes will take you breezing along the world-famous Redwood Route. Your group will wend its way along scenic Pudding Creek, cross over majestic wooden trestle bridges, and journey into the heart of the ancient redwoods of Mendocino County.
Skunk Train: Pudding Creek Express
Skunk Train: Pudding Creek Express : SAVE 15% ... FROM $9.31
Step back in time for a magical ride through the redwoods on the world-famous Skunk Train from Fort Bragg. Since 1885 the historic Skunk has made its way through old-growth redwood groves, over scenic trestle bridges, through spectacular tunnels, and into the heart of the Noyo River canyon. Todays riders enjoy the same pristine views that have remained largely unchanged for well over a century.
Skunk Train's Days of Steam : SAVE 15% ... FROM $9.31
Skunk Train's Days of Steam : SAVE 15% ... FROM $9.31
The Skunk Train is thrilled to welcome The Chiggen to the Redwood Route this summer! Fully restored and a steaming beauty, the #2 will be running on Saturdays and Sundays from August 13th through September 11th. We expect these trains to sell out, so do book early if you'd like to join us aboard a historic steam engine for a one-of-a-kind journey through the redwoods. Runs August 13 to September 11 only!
Skunk Train: Wolf Tree Turn from Willits
Skunk Train: Wolf Tree Turn from Willits : SAVE 15% ... FROM $9.31
Hop aboard Willits' Historic Wolf Tree Turn train adventure! A scenic journey departing Willits and traveling over the highest point of the line. This 2-hour, 16-mile, round trip will take you over the Summit of our line (elevation 1,740 feet), through Tunnel #2, and down into the Noyo River Canyon. Discover an amazing ecological wonderland, and an excellent opportunity to discover the mighty redwood giants that made Mendocino County famous.

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