Explore the most popular Wildlife 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.

gorgeous. make sure you stray off the trail to the river.

scenic driving
1 month ago

A beautiful drive with stunning trees. Multiple places to pull over and hike or take pictures.

By far my favorite stretch of road I've ever been on, ever!

awesome scenery, i wouldn't stop at the Shrine drive thru tree again tho

walking
3 months ago

This is a nice, minimal-effort trail. It's short and flat. You wind your way through some nice redwoods. I came here on Thanksgiving, when it was raining a bit, and I only saw one other group of people in the area (on a different trail) so I had this one all to myself. Definitely best when done in conjunction with other trails, but it could also be a solo trail for the whole family.

Wondeful woods! Easy hike, and well marked

Ferns and fallen trees make the forrst floor lush and beautiful. This is a Great trail to wander and take your time.

scenic driving
5 months ago

Very scenic. Amazing trees

Very nice easy stroll beautiful

Beautiful, peaceful, flat, family friendly trail. So glad we stopped here and saw these trees.

lots of big Redwoods and easy pull outs if you want to drive slower and enjoy. black errors on the side of the road near the top, and a few trail heads. great scenic drive. for even more break off down Mattole Road and there is a lovely loop a mile before Albee campground

hiking
7 months ago

Excellent, easy walk among the Redwoods. Good exploration hike among the big giants, it’s a short introductory walk. Parking at trailhead is limited.

When you’re on the Avenue of the giants trailhead, make sure to walk straight to start the trail. You’ll see a big burned out root ball.

Beautiful trail. Much better than Founders/Machan duo. Used app GPS - about 2.6 miles total.

Beautiful, short trail.

Beautiful, short trail with some stunning trees.
Started trail from Women’s Foundation Grove across the Eel River. Parked and crossed a foot bridge. Although path is dotted on the map, meet up with Roosevelt Grove Loop isn’t well marked - there are three piles of rocks leading into the trees. If you miss it and keep walking, you will come to a second and smaller foot bridge. There is another entrance to the Roosevelt Grove Loop here on the right.

hiking
8 months ago

Trailhead not officially marked as Williams Grove. Starts across the street from the day use area on the trail marked “Hidden Springs Campground.” Trail is easy to see, splits at about 1.8 miles to continue along the campground or turn into private property so follow the signs. Pretty hike along the 101. Can hear cars the whole time, but is a beautiful grove of trees.

Do this! Everyone sticks to main trail so if you get lucky you may have this trail to yourself. And boy will you be glad - there are some incredible giants and forest here and better yet, total tranquility.

Awesome views!!

hiking
8 months ago

Beautiful, except people use it as their personal toilet

scenic driving
9 months ago

Breathtaking drive!

nature trips
9 months ago

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

beautiful drive, great easy hiking trails to do with family and little ones.

scenic driving
Wednesday, March 07, 2018

Short hikes along Avenue of the Giants, amazing!

scenic driving
Sunday, January 28, 2018

LOTS of interesting stops along the way! Make sure to stop at Shrine's drive thru tree.

hiking
Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Easy, very pretty. I may go in the wrong season so didn’t get to see the little moss hills from photo but it is still a very refreshing walk

scenic driving
Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Its a must..... gotta do it!!!

hiking
Monday, November 13, 2017

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

hiking
Friday, November 10, 2017

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.

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