SLO CAL Distillery Trail and SLO CAL Film Trail offer unique explorations of the county
SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY — Visit SLO CAL, the countywide destination marketing and management organization, has unveiled two new trails — the SLO CAL Distillery Trail and SLO CAL Film Trail. These new additions complement the existing trails and encourage residents and visitors to explore the diverse offerings of San Luis Obispo County.
The SLO CAL Distillery Trail takes enthusiasts on a journey through 18 unique craft distilleries that have emerged as a result of the winemaking process. This trail offers sustainably produced spirits and invites visitors to learn about the distillation process and the art behind it. Featured distilleries include Donati Family Vineyard, Pendray’s Distillery, KROBAR Craft Distillery, Re:Find Distillery, and more.
On the other hand, the SLO CAL Film Trail highlights 22 films that have been shot in SLO CAL, showcasing the county’s scenic beauty as a backdrop in productions like “Pirates of the Caribbean: At Worlds End,” “This Is Us,” and Beyonce’s music video, “Find Your Way Back.” The trail offers film enthusiasts a chance to explore locations where these movies and shows were filmed and to discover the charm that attracted filmmakers.
Trevor Lynch, VSC’s director of marketing, emphasized that these new trails align with their commitment to providing diverse and enriching experiences for both residents and visitors. The trails not only celebrate SLO CAL as a whole but also encourage exploration of the county’s various offerings beyond the distillery and film themes.
Visit SLO CAL’s collection of curated trails now includes the Sustainable Wine Trail, Mural Trail, Brewery Trail, Antique Trail, Film Trail, and Distillery Trail.
Comprehensive information on each trail, including maps, videos, and blog posts, is available on their official website, SLOCAL.com.
Feature Image: SLO CAL Distillery Trail takes enthusiasts on a journey through 18 unique craft distilleries that have emerged as a result of the winemaking process. Photo courtesy of Visit SLO CAL