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Old 01-17-2014, 09:12 PM   #1
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Redwood Forest day trip suggestions from San Francisco??

Staying in San Francisco for a couple of days. Really wanna see some Redwoods...looking for suggestions on an easy Redwood Forest day trip. Thanks!
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go to " Trees of Mystery " and take the drive on "Avenue of the Giants " it's a great drive. use to be able to drive through a Red Wood tree. very scenic
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Muir Woods is an easy day trip from SF and has some big trees. On weekends the parking lot fills up so best to get there early.
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Old 01-22-2014, 11:19 AM   #4
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its too bad the muir woods isn't pet friendly.
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Sorry for the late reply to this... South of SF is Big Basin Redwood State Park. If you like hiking, there is theSkyline to the Sea Tail.
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go to " Trees of Mystery " and take the drive on "Avenue of the Giants " it's a great drive. use to be able to drive through a Red Wood tree. very scenic
+1 on this one. But if you hear something above you crack
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Great suggestion! Thanks , perfect timing
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I think the avenue if the giants is a little more than a nice day trip from SF.
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