What's the attraction: More than six miles of winding walking trails that guide you through a forest of towering, ancient redwood trees.
What to see: As you walk on dirt trails, over bridges and in the shade of ferns and green trees, you'll see nature at its best. You'll see fat, slithering banana slugs, water trickling in creeks and hear the subtle roar of the forest's frogs. Between the redwoods, you'll see other trees, too: red alders, California big leaf maples, tanoaks and Douglas firs. If you look down — though it's hard to look away from the sun peeking through the tree tops — you'll see a ground covering of redwood sorrel, fungi, duff and debris.
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