Los gigantes Secoyas de California

It’s said that tree-loving people travel from all over the world to visit Redwood National and State Parks, which include Redwood National Park, Del Norte Coast, Prairie Creek and Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Parks. They are not the only California parks with impressive redwoods; Muir Woods National Monument is a sight everyone should see at least once. Yet many visitors to Jedediah Smith will never behold the ginormous redwoods known as the Grove of Titans; that’s because their location is a “secret” in order to protect the massive and ancient trees. 

At the base of a giant in Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park

The Unexplored adventure in the Redwoods

Cathedral Grove Rainforest, redwoods

James Irvine Trail, Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park

Crepuscular rays, the coastal Redwood forests of northern California at sunset

Lost Monarch in the Grove of Titans, Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park

Put the world in perspective at Humboldt Redwoods State Park, CA

Big Basin Redwood State Park in March 2014

Stout Grove, Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park

Redwood National Park footbridge, ferns redwoods

Prairie Creek State Park, James Irvine Trail, Cathedral Tree & an architect

Redwood Starburst, light rays, fog and giant redwoods

Bear in the foggy Sequoia Redwoods forest

Redwoods, green forest floor

The incredible canopy of the Muir Woods

Bigleaf maple (Acer macrophyllum) on Jedediah Smith Redwoods Mill Creek Trail

HDR Panoramic shot of Stout Grove, Humboldt County, California

Lush forest of redwoods and ferns

Muir Woods Walkway, redwoods

Old Man of the North, huge burl on giant redwood, Grove of Titans

Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park, mossy trunk in Simpson-Reed Grove

Lost Monarch, redwood grove

Hiking Fern Canyon, California Coast Redwoods

Fern Falls on Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park Boy Scout Tree Trail

Boy Scout Tree

Redwood Rays through the fog, crepuscular rays, starburst in coastal redwoods

In awe of the beautiful giant redwoods in California

Crepuscular rays, sunlight shining through the redwoods at Redwood National and State Parks

Trillium Falls, Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park, California

Scars of flames remain in the Grove of Titans

Grove of Titans, climbing a redwood

Redwoods of northern California, splash of green

Del Norte Titan, Screaming Titans in the secret Grove of the Titans and foggy Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park

Hiking in the Grove of Titans

Among the giants, Redwood National Park

A gift from God Looking up at the redwoods in Muir Woods

James Irvine Trail in Prairie Creek Redwoods State Park

Se dice que la gente amante de los árboles viaja de todo el mundo a visitar el Parque nacional Redwood, que incluyen el Parque Nacional Redwood, Del Norte, Prairie Creek y Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Parks. Ellos no son los únicos parques de California con secoyas impresionantes; Muir Woods National Monument es un espectáculo que todo el mundo debería ver al menos una vez. Sin embargo, muchos visitantes de Jedediah Smith nunca contemplarán las enormes secuoyas conocidos como la arboleda de titanes; eso se debe a su ubicación es un "secreto" con el fin de proteger los árboles enormes y antiguos. 

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