Explore the most popular hiking trails in Humboldt Redwoods State Park with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

nature trips
5 days ago

Easy trail.

nature trips
5 days ago

Amazing trail. Beauty beyond your imagination. It's like a whole different world. You feel so small among the Giants...

Amazing trees, the trunks are HUGE!

Easy stroll through the redwoods with beautiful views. We did see a lot of poison oak off to the side of the trail so watch out for that.

nature trips
1 month ago

Great little hike! Good for all ages! Some really nice big trees! The fallen Dyerville Giant was quite impressive!!

scenic driving
2 months ago

Short hikes along Avenue of the Giants, amazing!

scenic driving
2 months ago

Short hikes along Avenue of the Giants. Awesome trees, beware of poison oak!

One of the more frequented trails in the state park. Great bathrooms by the parking lot. The trail is handicap accessible. We took my mother-in-law around the loop in a transport wheelchair with no problems.

There are a number of side trips. We went to the Mahon Trail and then over the hill and under the freeway to the Women's Federation Grove and back.

hiking
6 months ago

Magical place: vivid colors, shiny red leaves on the ground, gigantic trees, ancient atmosphere.

What an amazing little trail. Lush green sorrel carpets the forest and only the trail is bare. Giant redwoods shoot to the sky, and some fallen lay about as part of the ground's landscape. You feel like you've been miniaturized. We skipped the Redwood national forest to come to the Humboldt area instead. The place is basically yours.

hiking
6 months ago

Nice quiet hike. Got lost did the loop twice, so our hike ended up being 4 miles.

Easy little meandering trail. Lots of poison oak this time of year.

Any hike among the Redwoods is one to be cherished. These trees truly take your breath away and leave you speaking in hushed voices, if you speak at all. It's great for all ages and abilities. Do not miss this opportunity among the giants

This beats Muir Woods any day! Next to know crowds and you don't have to take a long shuttle-ride to get there. The giant trees hush your footsteps and block out traffic sounds, making it a sanctuary of nature at its finest. There is no more peaceful place than among the giant redwoods.

Did this trail a couple of weeks ago. It was short but very amazing. It looked like a setting for a fairy tale. Loved it!

An easy walk around an old growth. Parking is pretty limited but understandable for a very short trail.

A must do!!!

Well worth the climb

Haaaaawt, mostly in shade but still hot! Worth the climb :) satisfying work out and pretty hike. Loved the burn complex section...

This is a great place to get out of the car and stretch your legs for a few miles. The redwoods are amazing and the trail is very easy.

hiking
10 months ago

Beautiful old growth Grove. Easy Trail.

Beautiful, super flat trail. Tons of ferns and shadiness. So fun to look up at these giants.

My favorite grove. Went back to it 2 additional times.

hiking
10 months ago

Niiiice loop. Had to do it twice. You can cross a creek on the back side of the loop and hook up with the awesome Bull Creek Trail which will take u through some outstanding, more remote groves and u can cross the bridge on the Eel River about 5 miles down and be at the Humboldt State Park Visitor center.

nice trail to the river from campground... surprised by the elevation... a bit of a workout

walking
Friday, April 07, 2017

Absolutely beautiful redwood grove! A little harder to locate than others on Ave of the Giants. Grove initially preserved from a donation from John D Rockefeller. Gorgeous big redwoods, huge fallen ones you can climb onto to get a sense of scale. Some had fallen very recently this winter. Access to the river was nice, although the river bridge is out. Connects to longer trails if you're in the mood

walking
Friday, April 07, 2017

Great grove of redwoods, lots of signs of old wildfires, some fallen trees. Rather easy to follow, but one portion - I think the part that connects to founders loop - was washed out and we had to double back to the Mahan Plaque loop. Informational plaque about the conservationists who stopped logging in the area in 1924

walking
Friday, April 07, 2017

Small little loop, but didn't see much of the river. Mostly a little creek and too much brush to see the river it flows into. Decent redwoods, easy walking!

walking
Saturday, February 25, 2017

My favorite redwood grove. The trees are spaced just far enough apart for you to appreciate how tall the redwoods really are.

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