Redwood National Park

The tallest, widest, oldest trees of the world in California
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“Wandering around the lush green ferns of Redwood National Park, studying small insects crawling over fallen trees, seeing the magnificence of hundreds of years old trees made me feel the tiniest person in the world.”

Redwood National Park in California is like a fairy tale. It is full of Redwoods, the tallest trees in the world. The undergrowth is green with ferns. On some days the light made it all the way to the ground, making some plants shine in a ray of light. On some days the forest was dark and sinister.

You can do great hikes in Redwood National Park. There are campsites within the parks boundaries, which can only be reached by foot. Access to campsites is restricted by permits.

Linda
Boho Wanderer - The Boho Guide
Linda is a nature enthusiast that loves to explore. New adventures, big and small, make her day. Adventures like finding the cutest vintage suitcase, galloping full speed on the back of her friend for life or meeting with new cultures on the edge of civilization. At her blog My Wanderlust Diary she takes you on her adventures. For The Boho Guide she will explore honest vegetarian food and lovely places to relax in remote areas around the world.
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