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This park and the co-managed state parks protect almost half of all remaining Coastal Redwoods, the tallest trees on Earth. There are three large river systems in this very seismically active area, and the 37 miles (60 km) of protected coastline have tide pools and seastacks. The prairie, estuary, coast, river, and forest ecosystems have varied animal and plant species.

hiking
18 days ago

Went in the morning while there was still mist, makes its just a little more magical.

hiking
1 month ago

Got there early in the morning (9ish) and the mist was still there which made the experience more mystical. By the time we made out way back to the top the mist had lifted and it kinda lost that touch, but still beautiful.

Easy short hike to some redwoods. Good for photography and light walking.

WOW! Redwood National Park is such a unbelievable park. You feel the energy coming from this place. Very easy walk throughout this trail. Take your time and really enjoy this park.

hiking
2 months ago

Fantastic trail for scenery. Path is a dirt road and is easy in that respect. We detoured to make a better loop of it and ended up climbing straight up about a 500' elevation in long grass, which I don't recommend. Otherwise we had a great time exploring.

hiking
2 months ago

Nice trail. Starts out at the north end of the bridge as an old road. It is fairly wide for much of its length. We hiked it in December and a couple of times the trail was blocked by collapsed trees. There is one nice coastal view point. Most of the trail is in the forest. Sometimes the trail wanders close to the highway and you can hear cars and trucks. At the end you reach a camp ground and a little beyond that the trail intersects another trail--probably coming up from the highway.

scenic driving
2 months ago

Awesome drive... gave me a chance to see some of the trailheads I will be using in the near future. I got to see and take some pics of a herd of Elk and got to see a Prairie Chicken(Grouse) that I don't see very often. I drove by the fire lookout way up top as well. Oddly enough there is a fire station back there too. I drove through a bit of snow and ice as well... Brook, my lab got to see snow for the 1st time. Pretty funny, I did Little Bald Hills Trail 2 days ago and they are 60+ miles apart.

Pretty little trail without much of a pond... The trail ends up in a widened creek area due especially to the 5-6 inches of rain we got yesterday. Very gentle and easy trail especially good for someone that doesn't hike much and children. I did several trails in the park today and the only people I saw were on this one.

A wet hike but a beautiful one!! Was in constant awe of all the giants!