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Inland, the Santa Lucia Mountains, laced with redwood canyons to explore in Pfeiffer Big Sur and Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Parks.
James Irvine Trail to Fern Canyon Loop, 12 milesTo call the redwoods “giant” is to vastly undersell a forest that would dwarf giants.15 National Park Trails to Add to Your Bucket List|elessard|August 6, 2021|Outside Online
In the other direction, nearly ten miles of singletrack trails wind through towering old-growth redwoods.
This Northern California coastal town is home to some of the world’s tallest trees, the towering redwoods of Humboldt County.
From 100 feet above the forest floor on the Redwood Sky Walk, a suspended, self-guided walkway opening in early June among 60 acres of old-growth and second-growth redwoods in the city’s beloved Sequoia Park Zoo.
Berg: We have a big screening tomorrow night up in Redwood City.Mike Judge’s Genius Satire ‘Silicon Valley’ Skewers Tech Titans|Andrew Romano|April 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Yellow crime-scene tape went up around the 125-year-old redwood structure.As 2014 Began, a Fateful Path to a Catholic Priest’s Murder|Michael Daly|January 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Nobody chooses to get married in a redwood forest unless they love redwood forests.11 Juiciest Bits from Sean Parker’s TechCrunch Rant|Sarah Langs|June 27, 2013|DAILY BEAST
They built a redwood garden fence and installed a flagstone court and sidewalks.
Someday we'll wonder how we ever thought flushing a Redwood down the drain was a reasonable thing to do.
The year before the peace the first public library in the Colony, the Redwood Library, was founded.A short history of Rhode Island|George Washington Greene
Vonnie made good her threat and two weeks after the quarrel Peter received a picture postcard of a giant redwood.The Boy Grew Older|Heywood Broun
A man went down from his house to the road where his mailbox was nailed to a redwood post.
One afternoon two men were digging post-holes and setting in redwood posts on the side of one of the main roads in Orangeville.
Redwood is its common name, and the lumber for our frame or wooden houses is cut from this tree.Stories of California|Ella M. Sexton