Tehama County is located approximately 100 miles north of the state capital of Sacramento and 150 miles south of the border of Oregon, and is a central hub for an enormous amount of outdoor recreational opportunities.
Tehama County has more than 300 miles of hiking trails, including a 17-mile stretch of the Pacific Crest Trail. The variety of options that are offered will thrill the day hiker as well as the serious backpacker.
The Sacramento River meanders through the center of Tehama County for 20 miles, and offers unlimited enjoyment, from one of the world's best salmon-spawning areas, to rafting and boating activities, to private residences that are fortunate enough to border this natural jewel.
Red Bluff, the most populous town in Tehama County, is centrally located on the Sacramento River and acts at the gateway to the nearby Lassen Volcanic National Park, the highlight of which is the 10,457-foot-high Lassen Peak.
17 miles south of Red Bluff is the town of Corning, known as "The Olive City" for its award-winning olive crop. The first olive trees were planted in Corning in 1897, and the olives now contribute more than $12 million annually to the Tehama County economy.
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