Boy Scout Tree Trail
The Boy Scout Tree Trail is an 8.5km round trip trail located in Jedediah Smith State Park, one of the parks that make up Redwood National Park. Its greatest feature is that you can take a long walk through a huge old-growth redwood forest in the middle of a remote forest, and it has become a popular trail course visited by many people in recent years.
Redwood National State Park
Redwood National State Park stretches for about 560 square kilometers along the Pacific coast of northern California. The park protects a virgin redwood forest, one of the oldest and largest trees on earth. The misty forest is home to giant trees up to 100 meters tall and rare animals, and trail courses have been established so that visitors can experience a mysterious and majestic world once they step into the park.