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Redwood National and State Parks

Redwood National Park is in Northwest California, about 255 miles north of San Fransisco.  The National park got its name from its giant redwood treets, including the world's tallest tree, Hyperion which is 379 ft. tall.  Redwoods are the not the only thing to enjoy here though.  Stop at Klamath River Overlook, where the Pacific Ocean meet the freshwater river.  You look down from a 650 ft. perch for amazing views.  Often you can see whales from December through April. Along the 9 mile Coastal Drive there is a great area for mountain biking. Those that want to short hike, can take a costal walk along the Yurok Loop which is about a 1 mile. At the high bluff overlook you can have a picnic and look out for sea lions, whales and pelicans.   


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