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Redwoods Right Now

2020’s symbol of resilience: the redwood. While some South Bay redwood havens were deeply affected by the recent wildfires, leading to park closures, there are still places you can go in the region for your redwoods fix. Here are three redwood respites to hike right now. Fall brings extra splendor!

Week 10.07.2020
Regions Northern CA

Redwoods, Beach, Banner View!

Hike Among Redwoods at Henry Cowell State Park

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Explore among the redwoods in Henry Cowell State Park on this magical 5-mile hike featuring the big trees, a beach, and a beautiful view from an observation deck.
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Fall for the Treasures of North Lake Tahoe

Getaway to North Lake Tahoe this Fall

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North Lake Tahoe in fall is an amazing time. It’s less crowded, many hiking and biking trails are open, sunsets and starry nights are spectacular, and fields of aspens are a splendor across the region.
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Simply Wunderful

Hike the Woodlands and Redwoods of Wunderlich Park

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Hike the mixed evergreen woodland and coast redwoods in the South Bay's Wunderlich Park. Sunlight filters naturally through the trees on this lovely 3.4-mile lollipop loop.
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Meditative Woodlands Hike

Hike the Meditative Dean Trail in Huddart County Park

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Relaxation apps and calming soundtracks are nice, but stepping outdoors for this meditation hike in the redwoods is better! This 2-mile (round-trip) hike on the Dean Trail at Huddart Park winds you through woodland and a redwood forest, alongside a seasonal creek and to an…
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