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Featured Destination Review!

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Trees of Mystery
Klamath, California


A great attraction in the middle of the Redwood National Park. Has been open for around 50 years. It boasts a hiking trail with interpretive signs and voice recorded audio. A tram, called the Skytrail takes visitors up to the top where one can see all the way to ocean. There is a café, motel, and extensive gift shop. The Redwood National Park was established in 1968 and expanded in 1978 to protect the ancient redwood forests growing along the northern California coast. Coastal redwoods tower over all other trees in the world.

Trees of Mystery

Family Review

Mom - Gave it 4 out of 5

  • Very educational hike through the redwoods
  • A lot of great things for younger kids to see
  • Paths were well marked and safe
  • Dad - Gave it 3 out of 5

  • The tram ride up was unique and fun
  • Priced a little high for what it was
  • Trail dumps you into the gift shop
  • Kid - Gave it 4 out 5

  • Liked the gift shop and made Dad spend money
  • Liked learning about Paul Bunyon
  • Teen - Gave it 3 out 5

  • It rained the entire time & couldn't see out of tram
  • No other teens there, we had park to ourselves
  • Gift shop was neat
  • Pet - Gave it 0 out 5

  • No pets allowed, had to wait in RV
  • Overall

    Overall rating is a 2.8 out of 5. It was an interesting educational hike and it reminded us of when we went there as kids. Cost was high, but if you're into redwoods, defintitely want to check it out.

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