Natural Beauty Around Every Turn.

It seems as though nature had a party and decided to hold it in Trinity County. Trinity Lake, Trinity River, and the Trinity Alps are just the start of your adventure.

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Pros Turn To the Trinity Mountains.

Mountain bikers turn to Trinity for epic combinations of single track trails and miles of forest roads. Trinity is the go-to destination for bikers of all levels.

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Take a Turn at World-Class Fishing.

Trinity is a fisherman’s paradise. Our lakes and rivers offer a variety of fishing opportunities. Take your turn at fishing some of the best waters in the country.

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A Rush at Every Turn.

The Trinity River stretches across the county, a combination of calm pools and raging rapids. Crystal-clear water cascades from the pristine peaks of the Trinity Alps and makes...

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Enjoy a Creative Turn.

The creative process is big in Trinity County. This is where you’ll find authentic creations by local artisans who are truly inspired and stimulated by this innovative community....

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Weaverville 24–WEMBO Championship 2015

Weaverville is honored to host the 2015 World Solo 24 Hour Mountain Bike Championships on Oct 3 & 4. Weaverville 24 will draw top riders to race in the Trinity Alps. Join us as we see who will be the next World Solo 24 Hour Mountain Bike Champion.

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World-Class Fishing

Two words: world class. Trinity County and its famous river system is a favorite destination for fisherman from around the world. You’ll have plenty of stories after spending a few days of fishing our waterways, and they will all be true, no exaggerations needed!

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Road Touring

Scenic byways, rural routes, and small town streets: can it be any more fun than this? Whether you’re traveling with an RV, trailer, or passenger car, touring Trinity County is easy. And if you have a motorcycle or sports car, you’ll love our turns!

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Welcome to Trinity County

Trinity County is a large, rugged and mountainous, heavily forested county located in the northwestern portion of the U.S. state of California, along the Trinity River and within the Salmon/Klamath Mountains.

The county takes its name from the Trinity River, named in 1845 by Major Pierson B. Reading, who was under the mistaken impression that the river emptied into Trinidad Bay. Trinity is the English translation of Trinidad. [more…]