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Take the drive. I once sat in the back of a truck and filmed the entire drive through this forest. It was hard to believe. Once of the neatest things you will ever do. Take the drive, and take some pics!
If you want an intimate redwood experience, this largely unpaved road is the ticket. We’ve taken it in the spring and fall, and when things are wet, we were glad to have an SUV with AWD. At that time of year you should check in...More
This road is 10 miles long and a bit rough. It is narrow and dusty so you have to drive real slow. There are several places to hike if you so desire. Your vehicle will pick up a good layer of dust if you drive...More
I only wish I had a convertible to really crane my neck ALL the way. So fun, and the hiking can't be beat. Be careful and courteous of the others who are just a awestruck and trying to find a trail or a trail head....More
We drove this road from basically downtown Crescent City through to the highway. It's about 10 miles long but you'll want to drive slowly, so it took us almost an hour. There are multiple places where you can stop, either to let traffic by, or...More
It's a dirt road with many narrow turns to negotiate, your vehicle is bound to get dusty. But all worth it if seeing redwoods is your thing. Most people come from Crescent City and park at Boy Scout Trail head. But there's a lot more...More
the drive gives you up close look at the redwoods there is turnouts so others can get by as its only a single lane road. The road also has the stout grove trail which is easy and short and the boy scout tree trail.