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Redwood National Park, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Redwood National Park

A travel blog entry by exploreamerica

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... had some fish for lunch at a nearby restaurant. I continued north and arrived at Redwood National Park.  It was unique to cruise through forest with the world's tallest trees and ...

Wine Tasting and Tall Trees, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Wine Tasting and Tall Trees

A travel blog entry by troycar4444

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In the Redwoods, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

In the Redwoods

A travel blog entry by joshmossing

We saw big trees and wild ...

Es geht los / It goes on, Redwood National Park (Crescent City), United States travel blog

Es geht los / It goes on

A travel blog entry by pajas

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... , doch die Fahrt von Crescent C. entlang der Schotterstrasse Howland Hill Road fuehrt mich zwischen den gigantischen Riesenbaeumen (Redwood Tree) durch und offeriert mir kostenlos einen tollen Eindruck des Urwaldes hier! Nacht an einem geheimen Oertchen, ...

The Other Giants, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

The Other Giants

A travel blog entry by kare1322

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So from Davis we headed East and drove up the coast to the Redwood National and State Parks.  Almost the entire Northern coast is some sort of park, state or national.  We decided it was time to rough it and decided to find a campground.  ...

Redwood National Park, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Redwood National Park

A travel blog entry by edandali

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... we fell down them more than walked! We saw a very green baby frog which Mum would have loved! Then we went on to Redwood National Park, where we visited Anchor Bay and saw loads of sealions lying on a jetty in the sea. It is so nice to see wildlife in ...

Feeling small....., Redwood National and State Park, United States travel blog

Feeling small.....

A travel blog entry by beadledove

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... go see them, who knows what can happen? That night we stayed at Prairie Meadow campground. Yes in the middle of the Redwood National Park, we stayed next to a meadow, a meadow with Roosevelt Elk grazing! It is so cool to see these majestic animals ...

Redwood National Forest a must see, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Redwood National Forest a must see

A travel blog entry by cameroncrazy

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... , Oregon to Reno, Nevada seeing not only all the Oregon Coastline but stopping in Bandon, Oregon and Northern California to see the Redwood National Forest.  We camped overnight on the beach in Newport, Oregon and woke up at about 4 am because it was ...

Redwood National Park, USA, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Redwood National Park, USA

A travel blog entry by dnfullcircle

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Driving further south we came to Redwood National Park. This place was simply amazing. It may sound a bit dull because after all, they are just a lot of trees ( Nikki made this comment on numerous occasions!), but these are no ordinary trees, they are ...

Redwood National Forest (by Madison), Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Redwood National Forest (by Madison)

A travel blog entry by mcgovern

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Redwoods National Forest, California Today I woke-up and we were going to the Redwoods National Forest.  This forest is important because it has some of the tallest trees in the world.  Redwoods are really tall trees, and when they fall they act ...

California love, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

California love

A travel blog entry by mickandbrit

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... to a close, and some pleasant nostalgia was beginning to set in. . . until we got to our campsite of choice in Redwood State/National Park and saw the nightly campsite fee: $33! And they didn’t recognize Mickey’s Golden Access Pass! Who were ...

Into The  Forest of the Ewoks of Endor, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Into The Forest of the Ewoks of Endor

A travel blog entry by nickrandle

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... , However on the following day we set off for the forest to an area called Prairie Creek which had been recommended by the National Park Service as being a good place for a one day hike. Luke had discovered that this forest was where the scenes in Star ...

Smokin' Garberville and the Redwoods, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Smokin' Garberville and the Redwoods

A travel blog entry by the_hoffs

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... halva-like bricks or the English valley?’ All of that said, you can get a good sense of the Redwoods in Yosemite National Park. Particularly if you have limited time in California, Yosemite –we’ll write about it later – is a much ...

May 11, 2011, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

May 11, 2011

A travel blog entry by eszti.tobi

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Ferns Canyon, Redwood National And State Park, United States travel blog

Ferns Canyon

A travel blog entry by mummenschanz

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Nach der durchaus anstrengenden Erfahrung des Vortages wollte ich heute mal ein bisschen locker machen. Also schlief ich aus bis in die Puppen und machte mich erst am Nachmittag auf in den Ferns Canyon (Farn Canyon). Der Canyon war etwas ueberlaufen, da ...

Land of the Giants, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Land of the Giants

A travel blog entry by wlkbout

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... again.   We headed for Lady Bird Johnson Grove.  This is the spot that the papers were signed which created Redwood National Park in 1968.  Some great big trees - some with burnt interiors hollowed out in which you could easily fit 12-15 ...

Big Trees and Rain, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Big Trees and Rain

A travel blog entry by avoner

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camping at the Redwoods and wondering around Red Bluff, Blue Lake, and Arcata ...

Redwood National Forest, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Redwood National Forest

A travel blog entry by jrigot

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First off, our cabin was amazing. We stayed inside the park at Elk Meadows Cabins. Second, next time we need to come here for a week. There are so many cool things to see and do. We woke up to elk in our front yard. The redwoods are monstrous! We saw ...

Woah Look how big these trees are!!, Redwood National Park , United States travel blog

Woah Look how big these trees are!!

A travel blog entry by chrismsope

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... ... it was unbelievable!  Words can barely describe the feeling of insignificance one feels when surrounded by these trees! Redwoods national park's campgrounds were full so we had to continue down the road and ended up in a motel in Eureka ...

California Baby!, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

California Baby!

A travel blog entry by onyfootprintz

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... something else, the trees are beyond massive and there isn't just one or two, you are literally surrounded by these gigantic Redwood trees.  Pretty cool feeling.   That was our California adventure for a day. Fun to experience. And now ...

Day in the Redwoods, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Day in the Redwoods

A travel blog entry by techhobo

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We continued on to Redwood National Park and went for a good hike amongst the giants. Unfortunately my camera managed to get set on some really bad ISO setting or something ( screen is broken so I can't change it) so basically everything is blurry but the ...

California Dreamin', Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

California Dreamin'

A travel blog entry by pmf1153

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After Crater Lake, we headed south along the coast to northern California and Redwood National Park. The Redwood area (which includes federal, state and county lands) abuts the coast and it was amazing to see redwoods next to the Pacific beaches.  ...

Redwood Trees, Redwood National Park , United States travel blog

Redwood Trees

A travel blog entry by brett_and_fi

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... drive took us a little longer then expected but we finally arrived that night at Elk Prairie Campground at Redwood National Park. With Redwood being notorious for their very large Redwood trees we decided to take a few hikes to experience the magnitude ...

Big Trees and Bigger Ocean Views, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Big Trees and Bigger Ocean Views

A travel blog entry by alison.droesch

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... get to our final destination and didn't feel any crazy off-roading was necessary. After driving through a portion of the actual Redwood National Park (Route 101 cuts right through the park, and most of the turn-outs / campgrounds / hikes were closed for ...

Chapter 1, part II, redwood national park, United States travel blog

Chapter 1, part II

A travel blog entry by jrmelando

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arrived at RNP at 3pm PST, got tips from a ranger on a good campground that wasn't too bad a haul, he also pointed me in the direction of a place to get the internets for free, a bike bar called hawk wild. the mazda is currently parked in a spot labeled ...

To Redwood National and State Parks - Thur. & Fri., Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

To Redwood National and State Parks - Thur. & Fri.

A travel blog entry by leesneed

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... , where the Park headquarters is.  This park is one of just a few jointly managed by a state and the National Park service, hence the name "National and State Parks".  Drove down to the end of Endert's Beach road and hiked ...

Redwood National and State Parks, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Redwood National and State Parks

A travel blog entry by jerry.sue

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We spent the entire day in the park before returning to ...

Big Trees, Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Big Trees

A travel blog entry by cochranfamily

... herd up close.  Then we proceeded down the coast after visiting Lady Bird Johnson Grove nature trail.  Were we walked through the redwood forest seeing how they have grown and survived weather erosion and mans clear cutting during the ...

Redwoods! but still no dinos..., Redwood National Park, United States travel blog

Redwoods! but still no dinos...

A travel blog entry by nicholeandsteve

We managed to find the "back way" into the smaller more ghetto portion of the Redwood National Park. The road began with windy paved roads with no lines which gave way to about 15 miles of gravel. The route lead us through two Indian reservations, past ...

Feldforschung, Redwood National And State Park, United States travel blog

Feldforschung

A travel blog entry by mummenschanz

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... dann in Petrischalen wachsen zu lassen. Spontan schloss ich mich den beiden an. Unser Weg fuehrte uns den Redwood Creek flussaufwaerts; beide waren darauf vorbereitet durch das normalerweise recht seichte Wasser zu waten, ich dagegen versuchte zunaechst, ...

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