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How Does Our Size Compare to a Coastal Redwood?

avatar   Stacy

Posted On 11/04/2021 10:39:24

California | Humboldt County | Crescent City | Redwood National Park | Hiking | Coastal Redwoods | UNESCO World Heritage

How Does Our Size Compare to a Coastal Redwood?


Some of the oldest and tallest trees in the world can be found in Redwood National Park and several California state parks in northern California. A hike inside these parks is a hike through a forest of giant coastal redwoods (and other trees) as well as a hike through a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Many trees inside the parks are more than 2,000 years old!

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Do you have place that you go to be out in nature?

For some reason, I can't get enough of nature! There are so many places in the world where I have just stood in awe looking at the natural "presents" that surround me. Another place to add to that list is Redwood National Park. Some of the Coastal Redwood Trees inside the park are thought to be over 2,000 years old. (The size of these trees seems to prove the estimates of their age!)

What is your favorite place to enjoy the gifts of nature!

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