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» Cov­ered Bridge

The long­est cov­ered bridge west of the Mis­sis­sippi stands at Knight’s Ferry, an old-time Mother Lode town so pic­turesque that scenes for Bo­nanza and Lit­tle House on the Prairie were filmed there.

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» Have a Sarsaparilla

Step back to the 1800s at Columbia State His­toric Park, with its wood­planked side­walks, his­tor­i­cally cos­tumed shop­keep­ers and strict “horse-drawn ve­hi­cles only” pol­icy.

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» Ap­pel­la­tion Trail

Leave the tip­pling crowds be­hind as you taste rich, jammy Zin­fan­dels and other wines at dozens of winer­ies in Cal­i­for­nia’s up-and-com­ing wine re­gion—amador, El Do­rado and Calav­eras coun­ties.

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» Ap­ple Watch

Al­low the aroma of freshly baked ap­ple pies, frit­ters, turnovers and strudel to lure you off High­way 50 east of Plac­erville to a place called Ap­ple Hill. More than 50 grow­ers par­tic­i­pate in a cel­e­bra­tion of the ap­ple har­vest— and of au­tumn it­self—with cider, hayrides, pump­kin patches, hay mazes and other fam­ily fun. It runs from La­bor Day to Christ­mas.

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Rap­pel into the dark­ness and ex­plore a cham­ber large enough to hold the Statue of Lib­erty in Moan­ing Cav­ern near the town of Val­lecito.

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