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Mission Statement

The mission of the Greater Tehachapi Chamber of Commerce is to advance the prosperity of our members through community leadership, member opportunities and advocacy.

Adorable Alpacas

Nothing tells you about alpacas more than seeing them. Whether you're looking for a fun family outing or just want to see what alpacas are all about, it's worth the time to stop by! Tours are available to the public all year on Saturdays and Sundays from 12 noon to 4 pm. Following your tour visit our gift shop. We also offer boarding options. Come visit us at 24815 Cummings Valley Rd. For more Information call (661) 822-6034. A brochure is available at the Chamber office.
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Historic Downtown Tehachapi Walking Tour

We invite you to visit and enjoy our downtown area. Walking Tour Maps are available at the Chamber office, the Tehachapi Museum or online at For more information contact the Tehachapi Heritage League at (661) 822-8152.
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Mountain Spirit Center

8400 Juniper Way. For information call (661) 822-7776 or visit their website at
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Mountain Valley Airport

This privately owned and operated airport (L94) is Southern California's premier site for soaring. Whether you fly in or drive in, you'll be able to enjoy our clear skies along with a host of activities to keep you busy, including camping and good eating. For more information or directions call (661) 822-5267.
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National Chavez Center

Explore the National Chavez Center at Nuestra Senora Reina de La Paz, America's official living memorial to Chesar Chavez. Located at 29700 Woodford-Tehachapi Road, Keene, CA. For more information or pricing concerning tours, programs, conferences and special events please call (661) 823-6134 or visit A brochure is available at the Chamber office.
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Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail

The trail crosses four designated wildernesses - the Bright Star, Kiavah, Owens Peak and Domelands. Elevations range from 4,000 feet in the south at Tylerhorse Canyon to 7,600 feet in the north at Bear Mountain. For more information, visit
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Tehachapi Apples

Tehachapi orchards grow about 20 different apple varieties, maturing as early as mid-August (summer apples) with the last varieties ripening in late October. For a Tehachapi apple map, please click here. For more information, contact the Chamber office at (661) 822-4180 or by email.
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Tehachapi Depot Historical Museum

The Depot Museum houses several large collections of historic railroad artifacts, including antique railroad maintenance equipment and tools, dinnerware, signs and other railroadiana, plus stories and photographs of the men and women who built the railroad and whose lives were affected by it.

The Tehachapi Depot Museum is located at 101 W. Tehachapi Blvd and is open Thursday through Monday 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. For additional information visit or call 661-823-1100.
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Tehachapi Loop

The railroad was built over Tehachapi Pass from Caliente to Mojave in 1876 and is considered an outstanding engineering feat. The track climbs 3,600 feet in 50 track miles from Bakersfield to Tehachapi using "S" curves back and forth up the Tehachapi Creek watershed. At one point just above Keene, the engineer, William Hood, built a large continuous curve which brought the track back over itself and has become known as the Tehachapi Loop. This engineering feat has been named one of the railroad wonders of the world.

In 1955 a monument celebrated its designation as a California Historical Landmark, and in 1998 it was honored by the American Society of Civil Engineers as a National Civil Engineering Historic Landmark

The best viewing locations are along Woodford-Tehachapi Road either southeast from Keene or northwest of Old Towne Tehachapi. For more information and or a brochure contact the Chamber office at (661) 822-4180 or by email.
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Tehachapi Museum

The museum is located at 310 S. Green Street. Admission is free. Hours are Friday through Sunday, Noon - 4 pm. For more information call (661) 822-3937 or visit A brochure is available at the Chamber office.
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Tehachapi Wine and Cattle Company

Cattle and horse ranches abound in the rolling hills of Cummings Valley, Tehachapi, California - "The Land of Four Seasons". It is here on the site of the historic Stowell estate, where ideal conditions have brought forth in its grapes a unique flavor. The Tehachapi Wine and Cattle Company has produced a rich, full bodied wine of exceptional character. The end of a perfect day, begins with Primitivo Zinfandel. Wine Tasting Room and Gift Shop open Friday through Sunday 11 am to 6 pm. Located at 26877 Cummings Valley Road. For more information call (661) 822-9233 or visit A brochure is available at the Chamber office.
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Tomo-Kahni State Historic Park

Tomo-Kahni, or Winter Village, is the historical site of a Kawaiisu (Nuooah) village. Nestled atop a ridge in the Tehachapi Mountians, overlooking Sand Canyon to the east and the Tehachapi valley to the west.

Due to the extremely sensitive nature of the site, Tomo-Kahni is available to the public by tour only. For more information on tours call Mojave Desert State Parks at (661) 942-0662. A brochure is available at the Chamber office.
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Tehachapi-Mojave Wind Resource Area

The Tehachapi-Mojave area is one of the world's largest producers of wind-generated electricity. Thousands of people from around the world have visited the area's wind power plants for a vision of the future. For information contact Kern Wind Energy Association (661) 831-1038 or the Chamber office at (661) 822-4180 or email. A self-guided driving tour map is available by ...clicking here
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Triassic Legacy Vineyards & Tasting Room

Our vineyards are located just west of Tehachapi, California on the sunny, south slope of an isolated ridge of 220 million-year-old rocks from the Triassic geologic period -- the dawn of the dinosaurs. The rich, rocky soils reward us with wine grapes of exceptional character.

On Saturday April 5, 2008, more than 100 volunteers donated their time to help the owners of Triassic Legacy plant 7.1 acres of vines. They include 3.1 acres of Zinfandel, 2.9 acres of Viognier, and 1.1 acres of Syrah. More than 6310 vines were planted that day.

Wine Tasting Room and Gift Shop open Friday through Sunday 11 am to 6 pm. Located at 24627 Cummings Valley Road. For more information call (661) 822-5341 or visit A brochure is available at the Chamber office..
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Woodward West Action Sports Camp

Woodward West is the Southern California stomping ground for action sports enthusiasts and gymnasts. Woodward Camp, established in central Pennsylvania more than 30 years ago, built its West Coast camp in Stallion Springs to meet the needs of their campers and the action sports and gymnastics industries. For more information call (661) 822-7900 or visit
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