The City of Etna

Where the mountains meet the sky

Etna is a small town in northern California. It was founded in the 19th century and is situated in picturesque Scott Valley. It has a post office, public library, two general stores, supermarket, health clinic, restaurants, and coffee shops all within walking distance of each other. The township occupies less than one square mile and has a population of around 780.

Etna is famous as a destination for outdoorsmen, indeed it appeared in Outside Magazine’s Best Towns for 2004. And it is a mandatory stop on the Pacific Crest Trail.

Apart from the fanatastic scenery, local attractions also include Denny Bar, The Paystreak, and Etna Brewery.