Here are a couple of panoramas that I put together from my visit to Humboldt Redwood State Park. I have provided a little bit of background info courtesy of Wikipedia when available. Have a look!
Humboldt Redwoods State Park is located 30 miles (50 km) south of Eureka, California in southern Humboldt County, within northern California. Established by the Save-the-Redwoods League in 1921 with the dedication of the Raynal Bolling Memorial Grove, it has grown to become the third largest park in the California State Park System, containing nearly 53,000 acres (210 km2) through acquisitions and gifts to the state. Among its assets are 23,600 acres (96 km2) of old-growth forests, including the largest contiguous remaining old-growth redwood forest in the world. At 17,000 acres (69 km2) this forest, comprised of the entire Bull Creek watershed and the Rockefeller Forest,is a pristine, diverse ecosystem unequaled by any other in any of the other Redwood parks, including Redwood National and State Parks.
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