The Klamath River is a 414 km long river that flows from Oregon to California and empties into the Pacific Ocean. The Klamath River is known for its salmon and rainbow trout runs, which were valued as food by the native people who lived in the basin at least 7,000 years ago. Today, the Klamath River is still an essential part of the lives of the people living along its banks, and is also popular for activities such as rafting and canoeing.
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.