If you’ve traveled through northwestern California, you may have seen the towering giants of the redwoods.
Redwoods National Park and State Park protects the tallest trees in the world. But if you want to see these impressive trees up close, you must visit the Trees of Mystery.
We did, and it’s a must-see on your road trip through Northern California. Let’s dive in!
What are the trees of mystery?
The Trees of Mystery in Klamath, California, are a unique attraction that draws visitors who want to see the majestic redwood trees up close.
You don’t have to be a nature lover to appreciate the majesty of these giant trees. Since 1946, Trees of Mystery has inspired guests of all ages with trails and experiences that connect with nature.
Today, stroll through the treetops on the Redwood Canopy Trail or enjoy a gondola ride at dizzying heights on the SkyTrail.
You’ll take a self-guided tour of the native forest and, with free admission, view an impressive collection of artifacts at the End of the Trail Collection.