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341 Red Hill Road 
Junction City, CA 96048

Rigdzin Ling is located 4 and a half hours north of San Francisco by car, and eight hours south of Portland, Oregon. Located 1 hour west of Redding, CA and 2 hours east of Arcata, CA directly off of route 299.


1A: From San Francisco: 

  • Take I-80 East out of the city (approx. 45 miles)

  • Take exit for I-505 North towards Redding (34 miles)

  • Merge onto I-5 North (125 miles) until you arrive in Redding, CA. Follow instructions from Redding below.


1B: From Oregon/Washington:

  • During summer months, it is beautiful to take CA-3 through the mountains. Be warned, however, that this road can be dangerous at night, and is often closed in the winter due to treacherous driving conditions. The alternate route is to take I-5 all the way to Redding. Then follow instructions from Redding below. 

  • For CA-3: Off of I-5 after Ashland (32 miles), take the exit towards Yreka, CA-3. Follow signs for CA-3 South for approximately two hours, until you reach Weaverville. Take a right onto CA-299. You are now heading west. Now follow instructions from Weaverville below.


2: From Redding:

  • Take exit to CA-44 West towards Eureka

  • Take right onto Pine Street (following signs towards CA-299 West).

  • Continue onto CA-299 West until you reach Weaverville. Follow instructions from Weaverville below.


3: From Weaverville:

  • Head West on CA-299 through town. IMPORTANT: Do not speed. Police heavily patrol 299 through Weaverville and into Junction City.

  • After you have gone through the mountain pass, you will hit a valley. On the left you will see a stone quarry. Then you will pass Sky Ranch Road. Slow down. You will take the following left onto Dutch Creek Road (be careful, the road comes quickly). If you see a convenient store/gas station on your left or a storage center on your right, you have gone too far. 

  • You will go over a short bridge- after this, take your first right.

  • We are the second driveway on the left. 


Winter Weather: As we are located in the mountains, we encourage you to visit the CalTrans website for updates on road conditions along highway 299 and other mountainous highways you must travel.

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