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Everyone should se these giants and walk amongst them. Definately brings you down to earth as a mere individual amongst these towering giants. Peceful and tranquill walking paths are everywhere for all to enjoy!
A lovely walk through the majestic Redwood groves. The trail we walked was easy, relatively flat and breathtakingly beautiful. Every turn unveiled an amazing, almost cathedral like view. Do stop and go for a walk. It will be well rewarded.
If you travel down US 101, you drive through the edges of the park. You will come to the main visitor center where you will find information about the park, a great orientation video, and friendly rangers who will answer your questions. The visitor center...More
just visit this national park with my kidos and what an amazing experience. I love big tall trees and have been to Sequoias twice now. This place is a bit further out for me but finally made it happen. It was a religious experience for...More
We visited the Redwoods from the north to the south with our 23 year old son. We were all amazed at the size and beauty of the trees. The trails are very nice and easy to walk. September was a great time to visit. Nice...More
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The tallest redwood (varified )is the hyperion tree somewhere out of orick,ca. 379.7 ft. Tall ,possibly tallest tree in the world. But the exact location is a mystery. Your best bet is the research you do online will help... More
The tallest redwood (varified )is the hyperion tree somewhere out of orick,ca. 379.7 ft. Tall ,possibly tallest tree in the world. But the exact location is a mystery. Your best bet is the research you do online will help you find wherever you want to go. Also get you a large map /atlas of cal. and redwoods mark on it where you want to go &see for yourself. Research & write your own ideas .